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Phase Electives 
are really great! 

This year the English department 
started a new Junior-Senior electives 
program. Under the direction of Mrs. 
Jean Whitcraft, department head, the 
electives allowed a chance for variety 
in the traditional Junior and Senior 
English courses. The new courses were 
designed and written by members of 
the English department. They gave the 
students a chance to study in-depth 
one segment of the English language. 
The courses ranged from Black 
Literature to Mythology and from Film 
Criticism to Pre-College Grammar. 
They included Bible Literature, Career 
English, Creative Writing, Critical 
Thinking, Developmental Reading, 
Drama, How To Put Your Thoughts On 
Paper, Language, Mass Media, Poetry, 
Humor, Journalism, Journalism 
correspondence. Science Fiction, Short 
Story, Speech and Speed Reading. The 
traditional English 5 was also offered 
for those who were interested. The 
student reactions to the electives were 
very favorable. 

Freshmen and Sophomores took a new 
approach to the English Language 
through a new series of books. This 
very modern approach to reading and 
grammar has stirred a new interest 
among the students. Seven new 
teachers added a new light to the 
English department. 




Bible Literature opens up many hidden facts 
relating to religion. Here Larry Lunsford 
learns it didn't really snow on the first 
Christmas. 

Pausing between filmstrips, Miss Rutan's Film 
Criticism class enjoys a few moments rest and 
a good laugh. 



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Mrs. Joan Cooper sparks a discussion among her 
students in one of the new Phase Electives, Black 
Literature. 

Vividly describing his notebook David White, 
closes his eyes in an experiment in sense 
expressions in Mr. Cohen's Journalism class. 




Edward Ramsey and Mr. Sanford display the 
deep concentration and careful study involved in 
calculating six weeks grades. 




Wet appetites are quenched by Science Dept. 




If cutting up cats, pigs and frogs, 
mixing strange compounds, explaining 
Newton's laws or gazing at the stars is 
your bag, you'll find something to suite 
your fancy in the Science department. 
All aspects of the scientific field are 
encompassed into one department 
under the direction of Don King. 

Shortridgers are fortunate in having 
such a wide variety of scientific 
courses from which to choose their 
required two semesters of laboratory 
science. If one year of science wets the 
appetite there are courses in advanced 
biology and chemistry to quench your 
thirst. 

This year the mysteries and strange 
phenomenon of the chemistry lab were 
unf()l(h>d bcfor(> the eyt^s of 14 very 
dazed sophomores. Before now, junior 
status was one of \hv prerequisites for 
Ch(>mistry 1. The entrance of 
sophomores allows them to do more 
advanciMl work and pursue the field in 
more d(;pth. 





A vector problem vexes Beverly Ewing and 
Charles Huddleston in Mr. Nelson's physics 
class. 

Oh! So that's what a mole is! Sylvester Rowe can 
hardly v^^ait to transform brain waves to answers 
on his Chemistry test. 



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Foreign Language broadens cultural horizons 



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To add new flavor to your life, study a 
foreign language. It will broaden your 
cultural horizons and deepen your 
understanding of other people. 
Shortridge students can study five 
different foreign languages: Spanish, 
German, Russian, French and Latin. 

With the help of the Indiana 
University Honors Program, presently 
in its twelfth year, students immersed 
themselves in their favorite foreign 
language during the summer of their 
junior year. Surviving rigorous 
preliminary competition, they lived in 
a foreign country with foreign parents 
who spoke the foreign language they 
were learning at Shortridge. 

If you were not inclined towards an 
overseas experience, you may want to 
participate in one of the foreign 
language clubs at Shortridge. Museum 
field trips and going to foreign 
language films and lectures with other 
club members are among the out-of- 
class itinerary. There are also pinatas 
to break, French cooking to eat, and a 
German Oktoberfest to celebrate. 




There is no greater compliment to 
another culture than to express 
yourself in its language. In an age 
where human brotherhood is the 
keynote, you owe it to yourself to learn 
to communicate in a foreign language 
and add a new dimension to your life 
and personality. Learn a foreign 
language. The Shortridge Foreign 
Language Department wants YOU. 

Gregory Leigh's attention is held spellbound in 
Mr. Baker's Spanish class. 

Miss Rieter shares a good laugh with her German 
5 class. 



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Shortridge develops international flair 



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"Cars, the people are just like in the 
pictures. The first person I saw was a 
man with short hair chewing gum. He 
was just what I expected." These were 
the first impressions of Ulla 
Hamalainen and Thomas Stropnicky. 
Ulla is an exchnage student from 
Helsinke, Finland. She is living with 
the Richard Blankenbaker's. Thomas is 
from Hamburg, Germany. Thomas is 
staying with the Rev. Edward Alley 
family. Ulla, Thomas and Korto 
Washington, who is from Liberia, are 
all here on the Youth for 
Understanding Program. Korto is living 
with the Jesse Kennedy's. All three 
students stayed for a whole year and 
graduated from Shortridge. 

The second semester brought 
additional exchange students, Vesna 
Vistricki, Octavia Delgado, and Carlos 
Pessoa. Vesna is staying with Mr. and 
Mrs. Ronald Brown. Octavia Delgado 
hails from Buenos Aires, Argentina. 
While in the United States she is living 
with Dr. and Mrs. Walter Shaw. 

Carlos is a native of Rio de Janiero, 
Brazil. Carlos is living with junior Brad 
Rector and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 
Van Bartou. He likes American girls, he 
said with a smile, but then he also likes 
hamburgers. Late in February, Ana 
Barballu came from Brazil and stayed 
with the Robert Weber family. 

Thomas Stropnicky, exchange student from 
Hamburg, adds a Httle German zest to the SHS 
Soccer Club. Thomas is number one on his team 
at home. 




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Korto Washmgton pauses m the halls durmg her 

l)usv st.iv at Shortridge High School. 



lU Honors semifindiists; Kevan Melton, Nathan Thuma, Mary Branscm. 
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Bcciiuse of all the spare time available for 
sleepinjj and eating, IJlla Hamalainen is enjoying 
life in the United States. 

Because Octavia Delgado speaks so fluently, she 
finds communication with Shortridgers no 
rouble at all. 

Carlos Pessoa didn't bring a coat with him from 
Brazil and found himself unprepared for the cold 
weather in the Indiana highlands. 




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Government students recreate 1787 Convention 



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The history department of Shortridge 
has for years consistently incorporated 
new methods to make it's classes 
relevant and interesting for the 
students. The 1973-74 program was 
geared to give students first-hand 
experience in the mechanics of self- 
government. 

We were fortunate to have Mrs. 
Woolens, who as a specialist in the 
field of the history of art, helped 
World History students become 
familiar with early Greek and Roman 
art. A new class in Anthropology was 
also instituted this year. 
Last year a dual book system was 
initiated in the history classes. 
Students used the book which was best 
suited to their comprehensive levels. 
This system was only moderately 
successful because teachers sometimes 
found it difficult to teach from two 
books at the same time. The two book 
system was continued but was 
modified so that each class was 
separated by history books. In addition 
both U. S. and World History, 
Economics, Psychology and Sociology 
classes were using texts other than the 
regulation I.P.S. books. 

In keeping with the current trend of 
everyone knowing all about the 
government, government classes at 
Shortridge experimented with an 
educational game called 1787. The 
game operated on the idea that 
students must draft a new constitution, 
following a simulated Convention of 
1787. According to Mr. Payne, this type 
of activity produced more desired 
concepts of self-government than note 
memorization of isolated facts. 

Psychologist Brenda Whimpleberg gives Mr. 
Houston's psychology students an insight into 
the field of psychology within the schools. 




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Above— "An oligopoly is what? When a few 
companies control a certain product. Do you 
get the point?", Mr. Morgan asks his 
economics class. 

Left— World History provides some interesting 
reading material for Craig Smith. 



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Above— Algebra III requires hard work and 
sometimes a little help from a neighbor. Jay Alley 
exhibits the hard work as John White helps 
Sylvestor Rowe. 

Right— Paying attention to the teacher is the best 
approach to Geometry, and Clayton Richardson 
has learned this lesson well. 

Lower Right— Miss Lucille Wahl proves to 
Kenneth Moore that the two triangles are not 
only equal and congruent, but that they form a 
parallelogram too. 



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New math course offers opportunities for 'Ridgers 




The Math Department offered one new course 
this year. It was General Math Level 2, taught by 
Mr. Thomas Bresnahan. This course was for 
students who had had General Math 1 & 2, but 
were not strong enough to enter Algebra. This 
course could also be taken by freshmen who had 
taken Prep Math in summer school, but were not 
yet ready for Algebra. General Math Level 2 
could also be taken as a substitute for Algebra. 

In the past, there have been as many as three 
math clubs at Shortridge. Now there was only 
one. Mr. William E. Gibson, department head, 
expressed a wish to re-start another club, but 
student support was needed first. 

Due to lack of funds, the Shortridge Math 
Department did not participate in the Rose- 
Hulman Math Contest the past year. The Math 
Department did engage in two math contests. The 
first was the National Math Contest in March. 
The other was during Marion County Math Day. 
Students in each level of math from all the high 
schools in Marion County participated. 

Michelle Glynn learns that putting problems on the board can 
really be a help in Algebra I. 

Paying attention really helps in Advanced Algebra as Teresa 
Yates and Karla Ward listen attentively. 







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If you can type you can learn to set print! 








New courses, new teachers and a new 
foods lab added spice to the Home 
Economics Dept. Mrs. Mary Davis 
headed the department which had as 
newcomers Wanda Wade and Judith 
Stimson. 

With needless flying and machines 
humming Shortridge girls turned out 
outfits for every occasion. A new class, 
designated as Clothing 6, was offered 
to any second-semester senior girl who 
was interested in sewing, but had not 
had any previous experience. 

If you can type, you can set print. 
That's almost all it requires to set print 
on Shortridge's autotape computerized 
phototypesetter. This is the only 
machine of its kind in any Indianapolis 
high school graphics lab. 

General Industries was offered to 
freshmen to give them an idea of the 
whole spectrum of industries covered 
at SHS. Brad West, new to the 
department, helped teach the course 
which involved six weeks of 
electricity, graphic arts, woods, metals, 
mechanical drawing and power 
mechanics. 




Top— Ronnie Ellis and Dereck Anderson make a 
hammer and a screwdriver while working with 
the power drill. 

Above— Mr. Coulon explains the offset printing 
press to his students. The ECHO is now 
printed on the modern offset press. 

Right- Carefully pulling a thread Avis Banks 
straightens her material before cutting 
out her pattern. 



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Top— Up, up, and away go the gymnastic gents in 
a boys gym class. Here everyone has a chance to 
reach the top. 

Above— Gym classes are not all work as Donald 
Crumpton gets ready to receive a serve from an 
invisible partner. 

Right— Playing volleyball is one of the most 
popular activities in the girls gym classes. 





Phys. Ed. offers 
fun and exercise 



The sometimes dull and boring health 
and P.E. classes have added a new zing 
this year— a new curriculum. The new 
curriculum is designed to make the 
courses more meaningful to the 
student. 

Drug education classes also benefited 
from being connected with the 
Indianapolis school system drug 
department. Through this affiliation, 
the classes have access to better 
equipment and a more thorough 
program. 

As in all departments, the P.E. 
department was hit by a wave of new 
teachers this semester. Mr. Wright and 
Mrs. Wisdom were new to the; school, 
while Mr. Boarman was new to the 
department. Mr. Charles Fitzgerald, 
department head, was pleased with the 
present changes, but planned further 
innovations. 

Andy Cobb show.s tiow to build bettor muscles 
by pressing a weight in a boys gym class. 



Business Dept. 
is on the move! 

The business department had a new 
teacher this year. She is Mrs. Twyla 
Taylor and she teaches business 
machines, typing and general business. 
Three new courses were offered, 
record-keeping, business opportunities 
and business machines. These are all 
one semester courses. Several new 
calculators were added to the 
equipment in the business department 
this year. 

Distributive Education, which is in its 
third year, is a cooperative work 
program in which seniors may 
participate. The student takes a one 
period related class in the morning and 
in the afternoon works at a business, 
usually in the areas of retailing and 
marketing. The student must get the 
job on his own merits and he is paid 
for his work. He gets one class credit 
for the job. The student should take 
salesmanship and marketing before 
entering D.E. The program is open to 
both men and women. 

A program which is new this year is 
Cooperative Office Education. This is 
open to senior girls who have taken 3 
to 4 semesters of typing and have some 
clerical practice. Shorthand is 
optional. In C.O.E. the girls work at an 
office in the afternoon. They also 
receive credit and are paid. 

Gwendolyn Harris shows skill and deep concen- 
tration while practicing in her typing class. 

Proper posture insures accuracy as Patricia 
Wilson rechecks the problem before pressing 
any keys on a Comptometer. 



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Bob Hollingsworth pauses from his calculations 
to ponder over a lengthy problem in his bus- 
iness machines class. 

Robert Thompson still punches away at the key- 
board in his typing class, even though he has a 
broken arm which he received in football. 



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Top— What do you moan it doesn't match the 
shirt? David Morris finds it difficult to draw 
when his subjects aren't interested. 



Left— Mr. Trabuo provides Anette Washington 
with some tips as she makes a paper tissue 
collage. 




Artists display 
creative talents 



This year Ihc; Shortritlgt; Art 
D(!partm(;nt lost one; member, Miss 
Karen Thomas and wtilcomed Iwo 
new on(!S, Miss Patzetta Jackson, 
craft art, and Mr. John Haynes, basic 
art and advanced art. 
Mr. Hayn(!s and some interested 
students worked on a mural for the 
Human Rtilations office; depicting 
activities of the school year. 
The Art Dc^partment sponsored 
many interesting activities this year, 
including a Shortridge T-Shirt 
designing contest and their second 
annual Spring Art Fair which 
exhibited student projects and 
talents. 

Stiinley Miiy cnncontrates on the intricncy of 
his macr;ime knots as h(! makes a wall 
hanging. 



Above— Aurther Tucker gives the 
photographer a suspicious glance as he and 
Steve Ferguson practice rug hooking. 

Right— From her expression it is obvious that 
Lynn Davis is aware that every step counts 
when etching a brass ring. 




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Artists enrich 
SHS experience 

One of the most interesting and 
varying programs at Shortridge is the 
Arlist-in-Residence Program. 



The first artist-in-residence was Sue 
Christiansen, who is known for her 
hand-edged, distinct painting. She also 
works in commercial art. Besides 
visiting many classes, she spoke to the 
Art Club about technical details and 
the making of a career in commercial 
art. Some of her paintings are on 
display in the rental gallery of the 
Indianapolis Muscium of Art. 

John Schact was our next visitor. His 
mandala or circle paintings are now 
familiar to all Shortridgers. Mr. Schact 
was working on quartering the square, 
or dividing it into fourths. He also 
collected various ancient and modern 
art objects. The Art Club went to visit 
Mr. Schact at his studio and saw his 
collection, including some Roman 
bottles. Mr. Schact also worked in glass 
pottery and doll sculpture. 

Our next artist-in-residence was Bing 
Davis, who had visited the 'Ridge last 
year. Mr. Davis is a painter, potter, and 
sculptor. He was with 'Ridgers the last 
two weeks of March. Alpha Blackburn, 
hostess of the "Indy Today" television 
program, also visited Shortridge, in the 
month of April. She demonstrates 
dress designing and fashion 
illustrating. 

Ballet classes at Jordan School of 
Music were offered free of charge to all 
Shortridge students. Mrs. Colette 
Kaufman taught the classes, with 
Jeannine Murrell, an SHS Junior and 
varsity cheerleader, assisting. 

During his Iwo-week stiiy in Februiiry, John 
Schact did mandala paintings representing the 
four elements: air, earth, water, and fire. He is 
working on th(! canvas depicting earth. 

Jeannine Murrell practices a split jete during an 
afternoon ballet class at Jordon School of Music. 
Jeannine is a member of the Jordan Dance 
Theatre. 



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Art Club members made all the banners that 
were put up in the main hall ranging from 
support of the school teams to welcoming the 
artists-in-residence. 



Sue Christiansen explains the art form diptych-a picture in 
two halves-to Jeff Ware and Raymond Cooper. This is one of 
Mrs. Christiansen's specialities. 




Instructor Claudette Kaufman explains"^' fine 
point of a warm-up exercise to Nancy Hernly. 



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CPS, DECA, OEA-an maybe alphabet soup? 



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Ever thought of being a social worker 
or a TV cameraman? Career SampUng, 
established four years ago, enabled 
students to supplement their 
schoolwork and try out different jobs 
by visiting organizations and 
businesses in the community. Career 
Sampling expanded interests and 
helped students to know what courses 
they should be taking now for their 
future occupations. 

Under the direction, of Mrs. Roselyn 
Richardson, sponsor. Career Sampling 
has been a great success. Over two- 
hundred placements were made after 
the second six-weeks of the first 
semester. Details, like time and 
number of students available were 
made by the businesses. 

New to Shortridge this year were the 
two co-curricular clubs. Office 
Education Association and 
Distributive Education Clubs of 
America. The program was open to 
Seniors only. Seniors spent one period 
a day in class and afternoons on the 
job. They received a grade and credit 
for both the class and the work. OEA is 
an office training course and DECA is 
for sales and merchandising. Both 
groups are part of a state and regional 
organization, which sponsors typing, 
clerical, shorthand, business math and 
spelling contests. OEA sold bulletin 
boards and DECA sold Shortridge T- 
Shirts. Both projects were done in 
order to raise money for an employer- 
employee banquet to thank the 
companies who sponsored the 
program. 

Leeta Anthony pauses to recall an answer to one 
of the many questions she gets from the students 
she helps teach at School #60. 




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Career Sampling: Back Row— Angela Wickers, Dawn Wickers, Jon Shepherd. 
Row Two— Korto Washington, Cindy Swanson, Dana Yowell, Pat Sanders, 
Carolyn Teague, Karen Sawyer, Carol Overton, Mrs. Roselyn Richardson, 
Cathy Herod, Kathy Holder, Kathy Watson. Front Row— Carol Grady, Lathan 
Hollis, Kathleen Kennedy, Suzanne Wells. 





Above— News seems more interesting to Carol 
Grady and Keith Lasher when read off a teletype 
at the Center for Instruction in Radio and 
Television. 

Left-Lynn Kincaide found she had a way with 
cats and other animals on CSP visits to Animal 
Ambassador Clinic, enough to get a part time job! 

DECA: Back Row— Mr. Randall Smith, Anthony Thompson, Ed Murrell, 
Anthony Allen, Kathy Polk, Sandra Henderson, Valerie Parker, Kevin 
Bradley, Deedee Veilands. Renee Hansbrough. June Simms. Front Row- 
Gary Bell, Elizabeth Taylor, Dolly Madison. 




OEA: Back Row— Mrs. Brenda Branham, Arlene Taylor, Vonda Elam, 
Amanda Jackson, Debra Spurting, Diana Martin, Anna Bies, Janna Parker, 
Rowena Brown, Deborah Sheldon. Front Row— Dana Harvey, Carolyn Hall. 
Tina Garrett, Wanda Demmings, Lajuana Edwards. 




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Staff searches 
for perfect page 

Again this year the members of the 
ECHO staff continued their never- 
ending search for the perfect page. 



Due to a shortage of funds and paper, 
the ECHO was reduced to four pages a 
week this year. 

The editors combined the material 
supplied by the student body into a 
well-balanced and informative, but 
shortened, paper. 

This year the ECHO placed first in a 
National Tuberculosis and Respiratory 
Disease Association contest with an 
entire edition dedicated to pollution 
control. 

First semester Editor-in-Chief, Jackie 
Bell, and second semester Editor-in- 
Chief Jeanne Gardner lead the way in 
the search for the perfect page. A band 
of dedicated writers and editors spent 
many hours a week in an effort to 
achieve their goal. Faculty advisor Mr. 
Richard Cohen helped by lending 
moral support and constructive advice 
in proper journalism. Put it all together 
and with a little luck you have the 
perfect ECHO. 

Lenette Williams, editor of page three, works 
hard to make her story interesting for ECHO 
readers at the 'Ridge this year. 



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Editing is an important part of any newspaper 
and Felicia Hinant takes her job seriously. 

With a flick of the wrist, David Thuma masters 
his typewriter as he prepares an important story. 





ECHO Staff: Back Row— James Johnson, Mary Branson, David White. Kathy Watson, Karl Cain. 
Sitting— Kevan Melton, Jeanne Gardner, Lenette Williams, Teresa Hazelwood, Mia-Lon Walton, Thea 
Brown. Kneeling— Vicki Ervin. 




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smaller staff is better book, progressive publication 




Joye Carter and Portia Spencer— Copy 



A decrease in the number of staff 
members on the ANNUAL made it 
necessary for those who did volunteer, 
to work diligently during and after 
school, and during their spare time. 

A new format for the teachers' section 
brought a welcome relief from former 
methods. In this year's ANNUAL, 
Activities and Academics were two 
separate sections, unlike last year. 
There was a place for everyone in the 
1974 ANNUAL. 

Work began on the ANNUAL during 
the summer, when Editor Suzanne 
Wells attended a two-week journalism 
workshop at Indiana University. Since 
September, Suzanne and her staff 
members. Even though the party was. 
Franklin College, Ball State, Indiana 
State and Marion County Press Day. 

The Christmas Party for the ECHO and 
ANNUAL staffs was ornamented by 
strange delicacies contributed by staff 
members. Even though the party was 
held in the midst of the first heavy 
snow, most of the members showed up. 
Mrs. Houston contributed a wreath of 
candy for the ANNUAL staff members 
to munch on while working during the 
holiday season. 

Did you know that Alfred Hitchock was our 
ANNUAL advisor? . . . Really it's Mr. Houston in 
disguise! 




Students explore English language through clubs 



Members of the Shortridge Speech 
Club took honors at the most 
important speech meet of the year at 
Ball State University. Entered in many 
separate categories such as humor, 
poetry, readings, original oratory, 
extemporaneous, duet and radio 
speaking, Shortridgers showed-up 
well. Lenore Williams' poetry readings 
placed 1-2-1 and Ed Ramsey scored 2- 
1-2 in extemporaneous speaking. These 
high ratings were given by three 
different judges at three different 
times. 

Great Books kept up its high cultural 
tone as it read important works of 
literature during the year. Such books 
as "The Good Earth" and "Cry the 
Beloved Country" were typical of the 
novels read by 'Ridgers. 

Quill and Scroll is the International 
Journalism Honorary for high school 
students. A major initiation of new 
members was held on May 2, when Mr. 
David Rohn spoke to the group of 
students, parents and teachers. 





Nathan Thuma, Lewis Ryker, Mr. Cohen and 
Beverly Ewing discuss "The Good Earth" during 
a Great Books meeting held in the ECHO Office. 




Quill and Scroll: Suzanne Wells, David White, Jeanne Gardner, Kevan Melton, Elsa Kramer, Mary Branson, Kathy 
Watson, Mr. Houston (sponsor). 



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Active debut for 
the Russian Club 



The Russians were active in their 
debut at SHS. They made Christmas 
stars for caroling during the hoHdays. 
Another project of the group was 
selhng candy to pay for a Russian 
dinner held at the home of member 
Sandi Schwarzin. 

Mrs. Waycott was very enthusiastic 
about the new club. She proposed that 
"We encourage any student who is 
interested in Russian to join. It's not 
necessary to take Russian to belong." 

Organized in 1933, and, said sponsor 
Miss Reiter, "still continuing to play an 
active part in interested students". 
Miss Reiter was talking about the 
German Club, a part of the National 
Federation of Students of German. Last 
year the club sent Kelley Osgood as a 
delegate to the convention at Ball State 
University. 

Active as always, the club held a 
theater party at the Rivoli Theater and 
observed a real German movie. 
Fostering German culture outside of 
the classroom, the club was fortunate 
this year to have the assistance of 
Thomas Stropnicky, a German foreign 
exchange student to add a touch of the 
old country to their activities. 

Members of the French Club this year 
participated in an advanced- 
placement, three-hour exam, both 
written and oral. The exam provided 
college credit to students who made 
high scores in this worldwide contest 
held in May. 



Advanced Placement: Karla Spinks, Marilyn Watkins, Mary Lawson, 
Mary Branson, Nathan Thuma. 




German Club; Back Row— Karl Cain, Lydia Holmes, Carol Grady, Bradley Garing, Bruce Bolander, 
James DeFrantz, Sam Davis, Tom Craig, Phil Matthews. Front Row— Frank Smith, Kelley Osgood, 
Cindy Swanson, Ulla Hamalainen, Thomas Stropnicky, Marilyn Watkins, Miss Reiter (sponsor). 




French CJub; Back Row-Mr. Allen Sutherland (sponsor) Selina France, Jeanine Herold, Norman 
Allen, David Thuma, Laura Spinks, Cathy Herod, Anne Fine, Nathan Thuma, Mary Lawson, Marilyn 
Watkins, Mary Branson. Front Row-Millicent Goodson, Ronny Ellis, Portia Spencer, Kevan Melton, 
Nancy Hernley, Leah Hickerson, Beth Bottos, Laurie Gardner, Karla Spinks. 




The pinata is made and ready to go, with helpful 
hands from Marian Turner, Debbie Cougan and 
Willie Reybold. 





German Club members try their hands at German cooking. Heart-shaped 
Lebkuchen were decorated for Valentine's Day at Kelley Osgood's house. 



ussian C]ub: Richard Heard (pres.), Sandi Schwarzin (sec), Kevin Fuqua, Mrs. 
Vaycott, sponsor, Becky Gordon (v. pres.), Leah Hickerson (treas.) 




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atin Club: Back Row-Thomas Williams, Arthur Tucker, Solomon Kennedy. Row Two-Sharon 
Valker, Joyce Fields, Alfreda Bailey, Lisa Stegall. Front Row-Mrs. Repass (sponsor), Alycia Adams, 
eresa McFarland, Sandy Sargent, Ingrid Grant, Joye Carter. 



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Right— Brad Martin stands as the epitome of a trombone player during ar 
early morning practice session for the performance of the "Band Bloopers". 

Bc/ow— Charles Huddleston always cool, calm and collected, led the band 
through many intricate manuevers as this years commanding drum major. 



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Marching Band; Back Row-Willie Reybold, 
Andy Ross. Row 8-Jerry Siegel, Tom Watkins, 
Danny Carney, Darrell Burks, Derrick Burks. 
Row 7-Mike Watkins, Bradley Martin, Tyler 
Jones, Stanley Woods, George Mosley, Benton 
Polin, Rick Jones. Row 6-Dennis Russell, 
Rayfery Griffin, Vernon Ward, Byron Lipkons, 
Norman Turner, Frank Hines, Rodney Jackson, 
Judy Garrett. Row 5-Keith Lasher, James De 
Franz, Elvira Nolcox, Henry Whitted, Becky 
Strickland. Row 4-Wilbert Buckner, Velihda 
Ferguson, Denise Grady, Alice Ward, Dellen 
Ward, Theresa Yates. Row 3-Becky Gordon, 
Susan Gordon, Laurie Garrett, Eddie Ross, Eric 
Strickland, Pat Nicholas, Kevan Melton. Row 2- 
Laurie Gardner, Kathy Herod, Karen Milgate, 
Susan Blankenbaker, Jean Stocks, Blenda 
Nolcox, Tanya Stuart, Pamela Mosley. Front 
Row-Avis Banks, Charles Huddleston, Lisa 
Talley. 

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Band doubles for marching and concerts 




Over seventy pieces made up the largest band S.H.S. has 
seen in many years. Our band carried on a dual identity, 
one as a marching band and the second as a concert 
band. 

The Shortridge Marching Band, including the Pom Pom 
Girls, marched in two parades this year, the Veterans Day 
Parade and the Antique Car Parade, the latter held in 
Rushville, Indiana. The Marching Band also performed 
during many of our games at the half-time. This year the 
band performed during the Washington game featuring 
"big band bloopers" in which they bumped, bungled and 
bashed their way into each other. 

The members of the band worked diligently toward the 
highlight of the concert season, the Sweaterman's 
Concert. During this concert, several soloists were 
featured and awards to outstanding band members were 
given. 

Under the direction of the conductor, Mr. Leonard 
Behling, and the leadership of elected officers, the 
Shortridge Band had a successful season. Many members 
made the All-City Orchestra or the Butler Youth 
Symphony. The top players in the band formed a 
Christmas brass choir, that performed in several 
locations around the state. 



Top Loft— The (irum section is alwnys the 
backbone of a marching band but these 
lirummers all seem to be searching for someone 
elses beat to follow. 




Above— A large banner proudly introduces the 
Shortridge High School marching band to all the 
spectators during the ViUerans Day Parade. 



B(u;ky Strickland dof^s give a toot when she plays 
in the successful Shortridge Band. 



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Orchestra: Back Row-Mr. John Medjeski, Susan Dove, Tony Cilbnl, Steve 
Ferguson. Robert MoNcal. Row Three-Patricia Mosley, Edna Bland. Lenette 
WiUiams, Lenore Williams, Tina Garrett. Row Two-Wanda Gillespie, Cynthia 
Boatright. Alice Terry, Margie Ringel, Tanya Trotter. Front Row-Lynn 
Kincaide, Joan LaFollette, Carolyn Watkins, Kalista Swift. 





Girls Glee: Back Row— Robbin Griffin, Janet Carter, Carlene Dillard, Tammye Brown, Ruth Hunt, 
Belinda Bingham. Row Two-Michelle Winfrey, Glenda White, Patricia Lee, Sharon Blakenbaker, 
Margaret Hughes, Wendy Beidleman, Lydia Davis. Front Row-Michelle Pryor, Van Jean Edwards, 
Beverly Lee, Anita Siatter. 




Boys Glee: Back Row— Matthew Wills, Dana Howard, Charles Bush, Ernest Jarrett, Chris Wilson, 
Mark Ballance, James Wiseman. Row Two— Donald Clark, Dennis Vaughn, Michael Johnson, Scot 
Solterman. Front Row— Robert Ryker, Phillip Wood, Peter Moss, 



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Vocal ensembles 
sing with spirit 

A Cappella Choir's productive; year 
began the preparation for the 
Christmas Concert that never was. 
They readied the traditional "Messiah" 
by Handel and a new piece by Ned 
Roren, a collection of songs about the 
legendary "Miracles of Christmas". 
The Spring semester featured a 
Channel 8 television show that was 
taped in March and a spring concert in 
May. Oratorios, spirituals and folk 
tunes were among the styles preferred 
this year. 

The Boys and the Girls Glee Clubs year 
began by learning the basic 
fundamentals of music and singing. 
During the spring of the year, they sang 
with the glee clubs of other schools in 
separate music festivals. After their 
year in the glee clubs, these young 
people looked forward to being 
promoted to the A Cappella Choir. 

Top Left— Trying to keep everyone happy doesn't 
seem too hard for Thelma Manuel as she leads 
the Girls Glee Club in some warm-up exercises. 

Le/f— Larry Bentley puts a lot of deep 
concentration into "getting down" on his 
saxaphone. 



A Cappella: Back Row— Diana Lyerson, Elsa Kramer, Veronica 
Lewis, Karla Spinks, Ernest Jarrett, Sherman Childs, George Mosley, 
Valerie Parker, Sue Clardy, Denise Wethington. Row Three— Jeanine 
Herold, Lucia Spears, Debbie Daniels, Belinda Bingham, Cecelia 
Boler, Michael Morris, James Bonn, Kevan Melton, Velinda Ferguson, 
Janet Carter, Cheryl Meyers, Kathy Watson. Row Two— Georgette 
Fraction, Felicia Cantrell, Vivian joyncr, Tanya Trotter, Andy Ross, 
Brian Hawkins, Dan Duke, Gail Smith, Nancy Rodeheffer, Betsey 
Hatchel, Carnice Bell. Front Row— Gogi Napier, Barbara Slatter, 
Kristy Kirch, Sandy Schwarzin, Jeffery Jones, Jerry Siegle, Debbie 
Schneider, Grant Goodrich, Martha Ringle. 




'Ridge Singers 
star with songs 

Mr. Phil Rogers, director, promoted 
a program of reorganization in the 
New Establishment, in which they 
were divided into smaller, better- 
prepared groups for each song, 
resulting in the production of an 
organized, well-run show. 

The group felt the pinch of the 
energy crisis. Fewer clubs and 
meetings were held last winter in 
which the group had performed the 
year before. So, the New 
Establishment was dormant for 
awhile, but then began to prepare 
for an hour-long concert during the 
spring. 

While the Madrigals were also 
plagued by the energy crisis, they 
were still able to give two 
performances, one at the Scenic 
View Country Club and one for the 
State Library Association at Holiday 
Inn, before the end of the first 
semester, along with preparing for 
the Christmas Concert. During the 
spring semester, the Madrigals 
prepared for tenative programs on 
Channels 20, 4 and 8. 

With a sweet voice, senior Andrea Anderson 
sings with the Madrigals, during her last year 
at Shortridge. g;. 






Madrigals: Earnest Jarrett, Karla Spinks, George Mosley, Elsa Kramer, Michael Morris, Kathy Watson, Dan Duke, Cecilia 
Boler, Jeffery Jones, Lucia Spears, Keith Lasher, Martha Ringel. 



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Team work by Earnest Jarrett, 
Cecilia Boh-r, and Lucia Spears 
required patience from Michael 
Morris, who was never-the-less 
fidgiting under the unbraiding of 
his 'fro. 

With a ready song, Diana 
Lyerson and Veronica Lewis 
await their rehersal cue during a 
New Establishment rehearsal. 



New Establishment: Back Row-Larry Whitted, Oliver Eubanks, Charles Davis. Mr, Phil Rogers, director. Brad Martin, Robert 
Thompson, Dan Duke, Thomas Parker, Byron Lipkins, John White. Front Row-Diana Lyerson, Kevan Melton, George 
Mosely, Cecelia Boler, Buddy Ross, Olla Hamiiluinen, Jerry Sicgel, Kathy Watson, Sylvester Rowe, Mary Branson, Veronica 
Lewis. Not pictured Elsa Kramer. 



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ROTC drills for 
entry into life 

According to Sgt. James R. Woods, 
Shortridge's ROTC instructor, the 
purpose of ROTC "is to enable 
students to better prepare themselves' 
for entry into life as responsible 
individuals." He added that the 
discipline one is taught in ROTC is 
necessary in all phases of life, and 
useful in careers besides those in the 
military. 



The ranks in ROTC span from private 
to colonel, or in some cases brigadier 
general. This is true for both the men's 
and women's corps. Most students start 
as privates, depending on their ability 
to work. The commanding officers for 
first semester were: Cadet Major 
Michael Bass, Cadet Captain Anthony 
Allen, and Cadet Major Cynthia 
Carney. Officers must maintain a B 
average. 

Sgt Woods, who is in his second year 
at Shortridge, said that he acts only as 
an advisor, and the officers command 
the troops. 

As of the first semester this year, there 
were 91 young men and 118 young 
women enrolled in ROTC. All students 
were encouraged to join the ROTC to 
broaden their perspective on life. 




Mens ROTC: Back Row— Anthiony Middleton, Steven Brown, John Jackson, Clifford Brown, David 
Hcnson. Row Two— Kerry Crossland, Alfred Hayes, Ricky Howard, Larren New, Talbot Jones. Front 
Row— Michael Starks, Sgt. James Woods, James Wiseman. 




Mens ROTC; Back Row-Billy Strickling, David Moore, Johnny Mathis, David Williams, Vaughn n 
Terry. Row Two— Gerald Grey, Albert Musgrove, Raymond Fields, Craig Ratcliff, Jacque Durham, 
Keith Spencer. Front Row— Edward Robinson, Anthony Allen, Sgt. James Woods, Robert Howard, 
Bradley Garing. 




Mens ROTC; Back Row— Jerry Howard, Lewis Goldman, Frank Powell, Chris Murphy, James 
Dickerson. Row Two— Tom Crossland, Craig Ratcliff, William Brenson, Jonas Hampton, Michael 
Turner, Kenneth Moore. Front Row— Charles Hobson, Anthony Allen, Michael Bass, Rose Sanders, 
Sgt. James Woods, Rodney Evans, Dennis Williams, Robert Howard. 



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Practice makes perfect. A group of Shortridge 
Cadets go through a salute drill to master the 
proper techniques that will win them awards this 
year. 

Cadet Sgt. Major Ed Sanders ponders over a 
question on strategy in ROTC. ROTC also takes 
in various theories of all the military greats. 




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Led by Cadot Major Michael Bass, the Shortridge 
ROTC marches proudly in the 1973 Veterans Day 
Parade. 



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Loft— In inspection, (•v(!ry single detail must be 
correct. Cadet Sgt. Bradley Caring leads his 
company in one of the many inspections scheduled 
regularly. 

Lower right— Cadet Major Michael Bass, being the 
highest ranking cadet, holds the rank of Battalion 
Commander. The Battalion Commander appoints a 
staff, which has an officer from every company, for 
advisory purposes. 



Girls ROTC: Back Row— Shelia Wilson, Bernice Easley, Kimb(M-ly Dycus, Debra Wilson, Anna Vaughn, Cassandra Oates. 
Uow Two— Donnisha Ranson, Lisa Maxieson, Rhonda Solomon, jcannine Rankin, Cvnetha Beverly, Mary Rowe, Ruby 
(Oavis, Sharon Walker. Front Row- Valerie Locke;, Kathy Turner, Lind.i llnvvell, Terry llar|icr. W.indii 
praughan, Shellye Dinkins, Sue Parker, Cynthia Carney, Martha Richardson. Anna Fuqua, Veldii Person. Cli'iuhi llillc 
lyra Dunlap. 




Girls ROTC; Bock Row— Dorothy Chandler, Loraine Manuel, Cynctha Beverly, Pam Bell, Elsie Rowe, Shellv Napier, 
Donna Fleming, Row Two— Laura Maefields, Matilda Sampler, Lorraine^ Allen, Diane Triplet, Renee Jones, P.itrice Phelps 
Sandra Williams, Helen Shoffner. Front Row— Theresa Hall. Serena Willis. Bi'enda Williams. |ann,i Paikci S^l |,iniis 
Woods, Bertha Parker, Debra Easlev, Lywana Dodd. 




Girls ROTC: Back Row— Pamelia Sales, Belinda Pettrie, Vivian Randolph, Rita Taylor, Julia House, Debra Hester, Patsy 
Gaines, Betty Stoval. Row Two— Valerie Hale, Toni Brenson, Debra Henson, Kellie Gordon, Martha Williams, Sharon 
Taylor, Cassandra Crowley. Front Row— Cheryl Jones, Donna Clark, Karen Chambers, Terry Caldwell. Amanda Fletcher, 
Geneva Bailey, Frances Johnson, Helen Russell, Latanya Duncan, Lenita Bailey, Sharon Simms. 




Rapid recall by 
'Ridge quizzers 

The Shortridge Quiz team led by 
captain Nathan Thuma answered for 
an overall 2 wins and 1 loss record. 
The matches conducted were, by 
process of elimination, and shown on 
Channel 13's "Exercise in Knowledge" 
program. Rapid recollection and 
problem solving was the basis for the 
well diversified team. 



Mrs. Constance Kirby who put in much 
effort as the team sponsor was assisted 
by two freshmen: Rebecca Strickland 
and Clayton Richardson who operated 
as co-managers of the quiz team. 

The Chess team finished first at the 
Rose-Hulman Invitational, second at 
the Knightstown Invitational, sixth at 
the Midwest High School Chess 
Championship, and drew the Ball State 
Chess team 3y2-3V2. 



Spiro Bereveskos had the outstanding 
honor of being the state chess champ 
from Shortridge for the last two years. 

The chess club and team success came 
from the new sponsorship of Mr. 
Morgan who sparked the club. 

Right— The opening, played by his adversary, 
proves to be a greater advantage to Mike Watkins 
during one of the many chess matches. 

Be/ow— Nathan Thuma plans his next series of 
moves when his opponent posed an interesting 
attack, during a tournament against Tech. 





Chess Club: Clayton Richardson, David Harper, Richard Jones, Soloman Kennedy, Nathan Thuma, Matt 
Richardson, Spiro Bereveskos, Ronnie Ellis, Rebecca Strickland, Leon Overton, John Hinant, Steve 
Tobey, Malcomb Jones, Eric Strickland, David Thuma, Mr. William Morgan, Sponsor. 





Top— The quiz team puzzles over the details of 
the match when they learn that they have just 
been defeated by the Broad Ripple quiz team. 

Left— Chess clubbers gather around as State 
Champion Spiro Bereveskos makes his move. 




Quiz Team: Back Row— Elbert Watts, Matt Richardson, Standing- 
Rebecca Strickland, Marc Clark, Nathan Thuma, Mrs. Constance Kirby, 
Spiro Bereveskos. Seated— Clayton Richardson. 



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Student Council 
plans, prepares 

The first action of the new Student 
Council was organizing homecoming 
activities. Student Council members 
arranged the float contests, the 
homecoming dance and the contest for 
the selection of the homecoming 
queen. 

Later in the year, the Student Council 
prepared for an exchange program 
with the ten other Indianapolis public 
high schools, in which eighty members 
of the 'Ridge had an opportunity to see 
the activities of classes in other city 
highs and have their students see us. 

Last, but not least, ecology was well 
represented in a program by the 
Council in which flowers were planted 
in the boxes in front of the school and 
birch trees were sown in the Court. 

The Student Council of 1973-1974 was 
composed of approximately thirty 
members and met every Wednesday, 
on alternate periods, in the new 
Student Action Center. By dividing the 
members into several different 
committees many objectives were 
accomplished, including homecoming 
and the homecoming dance, popular 
radio music in the cafeteria and a more 
comfortable relationship between 
students, faculty and administration. 

Thomas Williams just drank some water from 
the fountain in the cafeteria. He's president of the 
Student Council, you know. Being president of 
the whole student body, Thomas has the 
privilege of drinking from any fip fountain in 
the whole school. 





Student Council; Bock Row-Peter Moss, Kevin Crean, Kelley Osgood, Kevan Melton, Carol Grady, Keith Lasher, Brad Martin, Leah 
Hickerson, David Thuma, Celeste Smith, Teresa Yates, James Bonn, Kenneth Moore, Portia Spencer, {canine Herold, Jeff Jones, Debbie 
Daniels, Gloria Myers, Vicki Williams, Sue Clardy, Mrs. Cynthia Rohn, sponsor, Nancy Hernly. Row Two-Valerie Parker (Corresponding 
Secretary), Lucia Spears (Treasurer), Thomas Williams (President), Mary Rita Gaines (Recording Secretary), Joye Carter (Vice-President). 
Front Row-Liz French, Becky Strickland, Debbie Schneider, Anne Fine, Gennifer Finncl, Mary Coleman, Gail Smith, Karen Crossland, 
Selina France, Lewis Ryker. 



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HRC stresses 
active involvement 




Involvement was the key word for the 
SHS student Human Relations 
Council. Headed by Sue Clardy, Kevan 
Melton and Gloria Myers, HRC tried to 
combine the freshman, sophomore, 
junior and senior classes into one 
Shortridge. HRC wanted the 
community to know more about their 
activities, which included inner and 
outer school projects. 

The students active in this 
organization were recognized by 
special HRC identification cards. Plans 
were made to visit similar groups at 
other schools for the interchange of 
ideas. 

Human Relations Council members work 
ogether to compose a letter of thanks, for the 
sermon delivered by the guest speaker, Rev. 
Donald Carpenter, to the school, on Martin 
Luther King's birthday. 




Everybody has something to say as the Human 
Relations Council plans an audiloruim for the 
student body. 



Human Relations Council: Back Row-Gail Smith, Jackie Ware, Selina France, Jeff Jones, 
Cecelia Boler, Kenneth Moore, Mary Coleman, Liz French. Second Row-Rodney Evans, 
Thomas Williams, Debbie Daniels, Winona Stockley, Debbie Schneider, Leah Hickerson, Nancy 
Hernley, Judy Garrett, Thea Brown. Front Row-|oye Carter, Sue Clardy, Kevan Melton, Gloria 
Meyers. 



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Brotherhood, understanding encouraged by FCA 



Fellowship of Christian Athletes is an 
organization of Shortridge athletes 
involved in a nation-wide drive to 
spread understanding and brotherhood 
through sports. The sponsor, Ervin 
Wright, organized the first Shortridge 
club last fall. Some of the activities 
included weekly meetings, rallies, and 
banquets with outstanding 
professional and college athletes as 
honored guests. 

Y-Teens is a girls service organization 
in affiliation with the YMCA. Due to 
seniors graduating in January, the 
membership was down this year. Fund 
raising and service projects kept the 
remaining girls busy. The money 
raised was slated for a trip to 
Washington D.C. over spring vacation. 

Mrs. Wanda Wade was the new 
sponsor. She helped organize the 
remaining girls and encouraged new 
members to join. 

Lower Right— Fellowship of Christian Athletes 
encourages brotht^rhoocl and understanding 
through sports. Coach Ervin Wright organized 
Shortridges first FCA club. 




Fe//ow.ship of Christian Athclctcs: Bacli Row— Buddy Ross, Daryl Reeves, Greg Porter, David 
Huxhold. Front Row— Jerry Segal, Wendall Hall, John Peacock, Mitchell Smith. 




Y- Teens: Back Row— Mrs. Wanda Wade (sponsor), Beverly Ewing, Kathy Bembrey, 
Valerie Parker, Carolyn Hall, Jackie Bell, Johnnie Johnson, Georgette Fraction, Thea 
Brown, Lois Eidridge. Kneeiing— Rita Hogan, Lynn Davis, Angela Wickers, Lydia 
Holmes, Mia-Lon Walton, Theresa Hazelwood, Alberta Steavens. 



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Lettermcn: Back Row— Mitchell Smith, Mr. Don Trabuc, Greg Porter, Vice Pros., Row Thref;— Norman 
Turner, Sam Davis, David Huxhold, Kanya Oliver, Spiro Bereveskos, Allen Banks, John Fewell: 
Secretary, Reggie Jordan, Jo Davisson, Marcellus Greene, Ed Murrell, Daryrl Douglas. Row Two— Tom 
Watkins, Scott Slaymaker, Jerry Cheung, Byran Williams, Tim Rush, Dwight Merritt, Charles 
Christman, Crawford Jones, Wallace Elliot, Gerry Clrei'iivvade, Dennis Avery. Kevin Miller, James 
Bowers. Front Row— Wendall Hall, Glen Rush, Stewart Johnson, Reyj^ie Allen, Darryl Reeves; 
'President, Karl Cain, Tom Crossland, Craig Ratcliff, Ed Ross, Anthony Allen, Paul Rumer, James 
iGrant. 







Key CJub: Back Row-Russell Johnson, Bryan Williams, Curtis Andrews, Byron Douglas, Jerry 
Cheung, Ronald Atkins, Dan Read, Shawn Allison, Ed Murrell. Middle Row-Bruce Bolander, Henry 
Maddox, Marc Clark, Byron Lipkins, John White, Lathan Hollis, James Bowers, Brian Hawkins. Front 
Row-David Huxhold, Jean Bledsoe, Karl Cain, Debbie White, Greg Porlei, Michelle McClure. 
Sylvestor Rowe. 



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Key Club opens 
door to service 

Key Club, sponsored by Mr. Jerry 
Steiner, was one of the most active 
service clubs in the school. 
Throughout the year the clubs service 
projects included cleaning the football 
field after all home games, distributing 
Christmas Seal posters and selling 
reminder boards to raise money. For 
the first time in the history of the SHS, 
the Key Club entered a float in the 
homecoming parade. 

Officers this year were Karl Cain, 
President; David Huxhold Vice- 
President; Keith Lasher, Secretary; 
Greg Porter, Treasurer; and Sylvestor 
Rowe, Historian. 



One of Key Clubs many service projects is 
cleaning up Julius Field after all home football 
games. Top— After the job was done the group 
often settled into a large football game. BeJow- 
President Karl Cain sweeps out trash from 
between the bleachers. 




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Juniors spark 
Sr. Class Play 

"Learn Baby Learn", a lively comedy in 
three acts was the show chosen as the 
Senior Play for the Class of '74. 



Put-on, a mischievous troublemaker, 
spreads a rumor to the local radio 
station. Because of this, one typical 
high school finds itself threatened with 
a strike and cancellation of the district 
basketball finals. Oliver, the 
engineering genius, concocts a daring 
scheme to override the school board's 
action concerning the game. After 
enlisting the help of Avis, Stubby, and 
Allison, the quartet manages to get the 
game off to a good start and everything 
turns out fine. 

The Senior Class Play turned Junior, 
After all the Seniors failed to show up 
for tryouts, parts were opened up to 
the school and the leads went to 
Juniors. The post of student director 
went to Keith Lasher. A poor 
attendance at both performances was 
responsible for the senior class making 
only $17.25 profit. 



John White and George Mosley, the heroes of the 
play apprehend vilHan Tyler Jones. Lenette 
Williams, the reporter, grins gleefully as the 
villain is finally caught in the act. 

George Mosley, the basketball star, relieves 
himself of the pre-game stomach upsets. 

Tyler Jones, the school villain and trouble maker 
receives the bad news . . . his expulsion notice 
that turns him into a non-student. 



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Shortridge art 
on stage, in class 

Th(! Art Club was very active this ytiar. 
Our first Artist-in-Rosidence, Sue 
Christiansen, was w(?lf;c)m{!d to 
Shortridge by an orange, pink, and 
blu(! banner strung across the west 
hall. Later in her stay she addressed 
the club on "Commercial Art and 
Artists."In February, accompanied by 
Mr. Sh(!ldon Kantor, thinr sponsor, \hv. 
Art Club took a trip to the Indianapolis 
Museum of Art. There they saw a 
complete display on "Indiana Art of 
the Americas". 



Providing lights, sound, and scenery 
for every Shortridge production is the 
responsibility of the stagecrew. Under 
the supervision of Ted Gelb, students 
learned the proper way to construct 
sets and run a show. A two semester 
class in Stagecraft was offered. The 
students graduate into members of a 
well trained crew capable of handling 
all the technical aspectes of a full-scale 
production. 

Fay(^ Davenport pulls the lever to turn on the 
stage lights at the beginning of a performance. It 
takes two skilled people to c:ontrol the lights f(jr a 
show. 




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Stage Crew. Keith Lasher, Beverly Ewing, Mr. Teddy Gelb, Becky Strickland. 



Art Ciub; Bock Row-Nancy Hernly, Karla Spinks, Portia Spencer, Mr. Sheldon 
Kantor— Sponsor, Craig Smith, Kevan Melton. Georgette Fraction, Margie 
Ringol, Martha Ringel. Front How-Pamela Terry, Liz French, Anne Fine, 
Debbie Schneider, Leah Hickerson, Mary Coleman, Diane Wells, Laura Spinks. 



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Dramatists deal 
in club capers 

No sooner had the officers of 
Footlights, for the 1973-74 school year, 
been elected, than the question of the 
Christmas Play arose. It had been 
traditional for the Footlights Club to 
present a Christmas play for 
Shortridge's surrounding "feeder" 
schools. However, this years' gigantic 
snowfall caused the cast of "The 
Mouse Who Didn't Believe in Santa 
Claus" to give only a few 
performances. 



The Footlights Club was active 
throughout the year with many of the 
members involved in extra-curricular 
dramatic activities, such as Junior 
Vaudeville. 

Thespians, and advanced honorary 
dramatic club, in conjunction with the 
Senior Class, sponsored the Senior 
Play, "Learn-Baby-Learn" early in the 
year. Mr. Phillip Hirsch, the sponsor, 
stated that, "a student has to be 
dedicated in order to advance from a 
Footlighter to the position of a 
Thespian". Thespian Troupe 595 is a 
chapter of the National Thespian 
Society of America. 

"Ah, The roar of the greasepaint and the smell of 
the crowd." James Wiseman can hardly wait for 
his debut into stardom. Today— Caleb Mills Hall. 
Tomorrow— the Hollywood Bowl. 

Mr. Hirsch, Mr. Gelb, and Mr. Rodgers direct a 
tense moment in Vaudeville. 




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rhespians: Back Row-Ed Murrell, Diana Lyerson, Keith Lasher, Valerie 
'arker, Robert Howard. Front Row-Mr. Phillip Hirsch, sponsor, Mary Rita 
aines, Thomas Williams, Martha Ringel. 




The cast waves gooilbye to Iheir young audience 
at the end of the Christmas Play presented to 
students at Shortridge's "feeder" school 60. 




Footlights: Bock Row— Eric Saperstein, Lucia Spears, Ed Murrell, Thomas Williams, George Mosley, Carl Rice, James Benn, Ernest Jarrett, 
Mr. Piiillip Hirsch. Row Two— Joan LaFollette, Wendy Bieldleman, Elizabeth Snorton, Jeanine Herold, Diana Lyerson, Jeannine Murrell, 
Valerie Parker, Eric Strickland, Lewis Ryker, Kevan Melton, Tyler Jones, Scott Solterman, Debbie Daniel. Front Row— Ruth Hunt, Kristine 
Wagner, Dana Yowell, Gloria Myers, Portia Spencer, Keith Lasher, Joye Carter, Georgette Fraction, Martha Ringel, Margie Ringel. 



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Fantasia theme 
of 74 W show 



Four months of long, hard work 
culminated in three performances. The 
house lights dimmed and the curtain 
opened on VAUDEVILLE '74. With a 
theme like Fantasia and a chairperson 
like Diana Lyerson, Junior Vaudeville 
for this year promised much. 

Beginning with the Introduction Act 
and continuing through all four acts 
and three intermission acts was seen 
showmanship of the first order. The 
four acts The Morning After, Don't Say 
You Don't Remember, The Decision Is 
Yours, and Mood Indigo were selected 
as the better of the acts submitted. 
These acts were chosen after two 
series of cuts and many hours of work 
on the part of all the performers. 




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Above-The Reds and the Greens, two groups of 
students, are quarreling again, but their age-old 
feud is settled in the act Mood Indigo. 

Right— Dan Duke as Tony is the victim of a 
serious disease and his fate is sealed before his 
death when he goes to a hospital where he meets 
and falls in love with Diana, Sue Clardy, in The 
Morning After. 



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Above— The Soul Train dance line kids try to 
convince the world that you've got to "get it 
together" in the act The Decision is Yours. 

Left— Diana Lyerson, class of '75 Vaudeville 
chairman, has a smile of confidence as 
Vaudeville continues. 

Below— Losing his women seems to come easy for 
Carl Rice as he losses both his wife and his lover 
in Don't Say You Don't Remember. 




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Cindermen show bright promise 



Returning to his job as head track 
coach for the third year, James 
Hausman was not disappointed, he 
had literally so much talent returning 
at varsity level that he couldn't 
decide wfhere to put it. 

Aside from placing 7th in the city 
tournament and 7th in the sectionals, 
Shortridge was represented in the 
regionals by sprinter Anthony 
Thompson, shot putter Al Cobb who 
was City champ with a throw of 57'8", 
high jumper Curtis Foster and 
sprinters Mike Greene and Wendall 
Hall. Both Thompson and Cobb 
competed in the State Finals. 



A number of records were set both 
for the city and school. Wendall Hall 
set a freshman city record in the 100 
yard dash with a blazing 10.3, while 
his teammate Mike Greene set a 
freshman city record in the 440 yard 
dash with a scorching 52.2. 

School records were set when 
Thompson ran a 9.7 in the 100 yard 
dash, in the two mile with Elbert 
Hill's 10.09, and in the 880 relay in 
1.30 with the combined efforts of 
Thompson, Foster, Hall and Greene. 
Reserve team members were Shawn 
Allison, Bryan Kinney, Anthony 
Terry, Ken Taylor, Mike Payne, 
Francis Nance, Bill McClure, 
Sylvester Rowe, John Smith, John 
Peacock and Jerry Cheung. 




TfTcENTRAL 



NORTH lit 





Craig Ratcliff, Jerry Segal and Jerry Cheung 
huddle around Coach Hausman as they compare 
winning track times. 



Anthony Thompson strides through the turn on a warm-up lap before 
running in the Sectional Track Meet. Looking on are Al Hill top distance 
runner, Wendall Hall and Mike Greene, two freshmen who set city track 
records in the 100 and 440 yard dash respectively. 



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Al Hurt takes a couple of last minute jumps to 
check his stride and form before competing in the 
Sectionals at North Central. 




A living definition of what it takes to be a winner 
and leading competitor, Ed Murrell guts out a 
grueling 2 mile run. 



1973 VARSITY 






TRACK 






OPP 


SHS 


Wood 


88 


42 


Washington/Ben Davis 




3rd 


Chatard 


65 


62 


Howe 


75 


52 


Marshall/Manual 




2nd 


Tech 


86 


44 


Broad Ripple/Howe 




2nd 


North Central/Brebeuf 




3rd 


Cathedral/Brebeuf 




2nd 


Decatur Central 


52 


65 


Roncalli 


53 


70 


Chatard/Wood/Broad Ripple 




2nd 



Varsity Track Team: Front Row— Anthony Allen, Greg Porter, Virgil Burke, Kim Dickens, Wendall 
Hall, Anthony Thompson. Back Row— Ed Murrell, Al Hurt, Mike Greene, Curtis Foster, Alfred Hill. Al 
Cobb, Manager Tim Lewis. 



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M 



Hands relaxed, eyes on the ball, feet evenly 
spread. Derrick Burks prepares to scoop the ball 
as a hot grounder burns to left field. 




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'73 Devil Diamond Crew records 2-14 season 



Headed by coaches Mr. Larry Humes 
and Mr. Thomas Harding, the 
Shortridge Varsity Baseball team took 
to the field with a few dedicated 
seasoned veterans and a young but 
experienced squad. 

Although the Shortridge squad 
finished the season 2-14 and lost in the 
Sectionals to Broad Ripple, the 
individual performances by seniors 



Wayne Burris, Chester Dorsey, Daryl 
Stout and Ron Jones were an important 
factor to the team spirit. James Bowers, 
Wayne Burris and Jo Davisson shared 
the pitching chores, with capable Daryl 
Reeves behind the plate as the catcher 
handling the fast balls. 

Along with the veterans the new faces 
of Ray Baker, Daryl and Derrick Burks, 



Bill Dresser, Bryan Williams and Frank 
Williams added fire to the Shortridge 
dugout. 

Mr. Freeland was the coach of the 
reserve team which included: Bill i 
Dresser, Ronald Tooley, Kenny I 

Williams, Larry Lael, Chuck Holstein, ! 
Frank Smith, Tyler Jones, Doug Mathis, i 
Nat Patton and Richard Heard. i 




"^ Aside from being a devastating pitcher yyayw|^H^ 
Burris was also tough at the bat. Here, hel)^^^^^^ 
a low curve off to right field for a run. 



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Left— . . ■ and it's another grand slam! 




Above— Coach Harding plans the strategy for the next inning and gets 
advice from Assistant Coach Larry Humes. Be/ow— With looks of 
determination the Blue Devil Swatters prepare to turn words into action. 







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Varsity BasebalJ Team: Front Row— Jo Davisson, Daryl Burks, Ray Baker, Derrick Burks, Daryl 
Reeves, Bill Dresser, Bryan Williams. Back Row— Asst. Coach Larry Humes, Wayne Burris, Frank 
Williams, Ron Jones, Chester Dorsey, James Bowers, Coach Thomas Harding. 



1973 VARSITY 








BASEBALL 










SHS 


OPP 


Ben Davis 




1 


6 


Cathedral 




2 


4 


Marshall 







10 


Wood 




2 


3 


Ritter 




2 


5 


Broad Ripple 




2 


12 


Brebeuf 




1 


10 


Park Tuder 




8 


10 


Arlington 







10 


Scecina 




1 


13 


Howe 




1 


13 


Wood 




10 


2 


Tech 




8 


9 


Attucks 




10 


15 


Latin School 




5 


2 


Sectional 








Broad Ripple 







10 




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1973 shortridge golfers have swinging reason 



Larry Burdick, then Economics 
teacher, now big time bank executive 
coached the 1973 spring golf team to a 
3-13 season, with a 13th place finish in 
the City Tourney. 

Doug Thompson, the only returning 
letterman, was flanked by 1st year 
senior golfers, Luke Akard, Thomas 
Beck and Tracy Gilliland. 1st year 
sophomores Greg Sharpe and Dan 
Read will return next season. 



1973 VARSITY GOLF 




Tech 


lost 


Cathedral 


lost 


Broad Ripple 


lost 


Wood 


won 


Chatard 


lost 


Arlington 


lost 


Northwest 


lost 


Park Tuder 


lost 


Attucks 


won 


Scecina 


won 


Roncalli 


lost 


Howe 


lost 


North Central 


lost 


Washington 


lost 


Manual 


lost 


Ritter 


lost 


City Tourney 


13th 



With upper seventies and lower eighties being 
exceptional scores for the average high school 
golfer, Coach Larry Burdick compliments 
Thomas Beck on his well executed 3 under par. 

It's a bird! It's a plane! It's Lee Trevino! No, it's 
Greg Sharpe scoring another point for the 
Shortridge golf team! 




Varsity Golf Team: Standing— Coach Larry Burdick, Doug Thompson, Tracy Gilliland, Greg Sharpe, 
Thomas Beck, Dan Read. Kneeling— Luke Akard. 



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Racketeers 

In the fall of '73, school started, 
football was getting started, but tennis 
was already underway. Coach Steve 
Tolin lead his team to a 7-4 season, and 
a spot in the City Tournament with a 
fourth place finish out of 12 teams. 

Junior Dan Read, the only returning 
letterman, combined with sophomore 
Dave Thuma for the Semi-finals in the 
#2 doubles. Freshman Dan Beck, the 
surprise of the season, we might add, 
and only senior Dave Sabens 
accounted for runners-up in the #1 
doubles, Sabens was also a Semi- 
finalist in the #2 singles. Scott Jones 
and Willy Riebold played their hearts 
out at the Reserve level. 



Dan Beck proves he has a dynamite serve. As the 
season progressed, Dan proved to be a 
formidable opponent in his singles matches. 



1973 VARSITY TENNIS 






SHS 


OPP 


Tech 


3 


4 


Wood 


7 





Marshall 


6 


1 


Attacks 


7 





Northwest 


6 


1 


Broad Ripple 





7 


Howe 


1 


6 


Arlington 


1 


6 


Manuel 


4 


3 


Cdthedral 


4 


3 


Scecina 


4 


3 


City Tournament 


4th 






Varsity Tennis Team: Standing— Coach Steve Tolin, David Sabens, Dan 
Beck, Dan Read. Kneehng— Scott Jones, Willy Riebold, David Thuma. 

Coach Steve Tolin takes time to show Willy Riebold the techniques of a 
successful forehand. Willy even picked up a few tricks of his own likp 
holding two balls in one hand. 



Popsicle Stick 
indicates finish 

Coach James Hausman's cross country 
team started their practice early in 
August with just three runners, and 
gradually it grew to seven. Of those 
seven, five were seniors, two of those 
seven were returning lettermen. Ed 
Murrell number one man for this 
season, showed good form all season, 
including breaking the school record 
with a 12.35. Ed's only losses came 
against Howe and Arlington. The team 
had four medalists in the Northwest 
Invitational meet, they were Ed 
Murrell, Scott Slaymaker, Norman 
Turner, and Jerry Cheung. Scott 
Hatchel broke his collarbone as the 
season progressed. With his injury, 
Eddie Ross quickly moved to the 
varsity level. 





VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY 




SHS 


SHS 


OPP. : 


Howe 


37 


18 


Brebeuf 


32 


23 


Arlington 


37 


22 


Cathedral 


38 


23 


Chatard 


36 


22 


Attucks 


22 


37 


Decatur Central 


43 


20 


Washington Inv. 


9th 




Pike 


47 


20 


Broad Ripple 


45 


20 


Ritter 


25 


20 ' 


Manual 


43 


20 1 


Northwest Inv. 


3rd 


) 


Roncalli 


34 


21 


Patriot Inv. 


27th 




Wood 


45 


20 


Sectionals 


23rd 











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Rough, tough Soccer Club becomes real threat 




Now in its third big year the rough- 
tough Shortridge Soccer Club began 
to look like a group of real veteran 
ball-boppers. Wins, which have 
been rare in past years became run- 
of-the-mill, (sort of). This could be 
explained by the hearty stamina of 
those brave men and powerful 
sisters who played come rain, heat, 
mud, snow and hail. 
Opponents were the Christian 
Theological Seminary, Arlington, 
Marshall, and North Central High 
School. Because soccer is a sport 
growing in popularity there were 
more teams to compete with than in 
past years. 

David Lawson and Ponce Watkins 
provided student leadership, with 
Ponce representing the interest of 
one group of players and David as 
the standard bearer for the other. 
Under the teacher sponsorship of 
Mr. Richard Cochran, the 73-74 
Soccer Club flourished. 

Bill Dresser concentrates on the ball and is 
able to keep his balance while he performs 
amazing "feats" with his "feets". 

Mike Watkins sends Steve Tobey downfield 
for a pass but thinks twice when Marilyn 
Watkins is in pursuit. 



Soccer CJub: Standing— Peter Moss, Sandy Schwarzin, Richard Heard, 
Kathy Crossland, Ulla Hamalainen, Nathan Thuma, Kevin Smith, Cathy 
Weber, Steve Tobey, Dave Sabens, Brian Hawkins, Dan Beck, Rick Jones, 
Bruce Bolander, Ponce Watkins, Richard Cochran. Sitting— Kerry 
Crossland, Kevin Crean, John Fewell, Kelley Osgood, Bill Dresser, David 
Thuma, Karen Crossland, Thomas Stropnicky. 



David Thuma a 
Crossland sails 



nd Kerry Crossland head toward the goal as Karen 
one downfield. 




Washington upset by 1 point on Bowers' boo 



This years Shortridge football team 
started the 73-74 season full of new 
faces, a new head coach and a new 
coaching staff. 

In the API pre-season ratings the 
Satans were ranked 13th in the state 
and 2nd in the City and County, but as 
the season progressed the Satans 
dropped two in a row, to Manual and 
Northwest, lost in the overtime to 
Ritter, dropped big ones to Cathedral 
and Brebeuf and ended the season 
with a defeat coming from Broad 
Ripple in a very moist Homecoming 
game. 

To compensate for the decline in team 
spirit, largely incubated by the loss of 
several games, Coach Boarman began 
giving underclass players more playing 
time, which proved very successful. 
An all underclassmen defensive 
backfield, 3 juniors and 1 sophomore, 
was responsible for 29 interceptions. 
Junior wide receiver John White, fresh 
out of Mr. Behling's marching band, 
hauled in 12 touchdown passes, 
sometimes as many as three a game. 
Against Wood, sophomore Wendall 
Hall started halfback and on 25 carries 
rushed for 178 yards for a 7.1 yard 
average on each carry. Senior James 
Bowers booted a 44 yd. field goal, 
which beat city rival Washington by 
one point. 

Shortridge placed two players on the 
All-City squad. They were Duddy 
Reeves at halfback and Kanya Oliver 
at defensive tackle. 



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Duddy Reeves sweeps into the end zone showing 
players and fans alike why he was the All-City 
pick at halfback. 




1973 VARSITY FOOTBALL 






SHS 


OPP 


Tech 


44 


20 


Manual 


18 


12 


Northwest 


28 


6 


Washington 


15 


14 


Rittor 


20 


21 


Wood 


32 


12 


Roncalli 


12 





Brebeuf 


14 


18 


Broad Ripple 





12 



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Varsity Football: Back Row— Coach Thomas, Dennis Avery, Dwight Goodson, Milton Keyes, Wayne 
Hamilton, Derek L. Anderson, John Peacock, James Do Frantz, John Smith, John Fewell, Dennis 
Thuman. Paul Rumcr, James Grant. Middfo Row— Anthony Thompson, Karl Cain. Jo Davisson. Mike 
Green, Wendall Hall, Raymond Baker. Gerry Greenwade, James Bowers, Tim Rush, Dave Couden, 
Sherman Childs, Kevin Miller, Sam Davis, Andy Ross, Darryl Reeves, Wally Elliot. Front Row— Coach 
Trabue, Coach Culver, Derek O. Anderson, John White, David Huxhold, Crawford Jones, Reggie Allen 
Sam Blandina, Kanya Oliver, Tom Watkins, Tim Smeehuyzen, Greg Porter, Reggie Jordan, Coach 
Boarman. 






Quarterback Jo Davisson rolls left against the 
Cathedral Irish. Duddy Reeves and Greg Porter 
provide him with the adequate blocking. 

Kevin Miller and David Huxhold, both juniors, 
close in on a Cathedral halfback. Miller 
was named Defensive Player of the Year. 

James Bowers boots a kick-off at the Washington 
game. James doubled as tight end and kicker. He 
also had a 55 yard punting average. 



"leserve Footba/1: Back Row-Coach Trabue, Kyle Ford, Pete Davisson, Hamilton La Foote, Derek L. 
Anderson, Fric Peacock, Denise Thuman, John Smith, Frac Keyes, Paul Rumer, Bill McClure. Front fiow- 
3oach Thomas, Dennis Avery, James Grant, Wendall Hall, Dave Couden, Sherman Childs, Buddy Ross, 
rim Smeehuyzen, James De Frantz. 





Top There's a pause in the action at the 
Washington game. The referee dries the ball and 
Jo Davisson overlooks the Washington defense. 

Above— Crawford Jones watches the referee 
signaling his touchdown as John White walks 
behind them. 



Right-Wendall Hall, sophomore halfback, takes 
a breather during halftime. Hall accumulated 
over 200 yards on kick-off returns. 



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Freshmen FootbaN: Back Row— Curt Dollison, Glen Taylor, Rodney 
Wells, Curvin Panken, Leonard Gilbert. Middle Row— Mgr. Mark 
Tatman, Mgr. Chris Gruver, Tim Phillips, Danny Sullivan, Kevin 
Bullock, Dean Trimpe, Wayne Rainey, Kevin Crean, Peter Moss. First 
Row— Robert Thompson, Paul Carey, Gary Flowers, Wayne Murray, 
Gary Hamilton, Reggie Smith, Greg Batemon, Kevin Bullock, David 
Moore. 





Wrestlers grab 
tough 9-1 season 

Wrestling is in many ways the most individual team 
sport, that is every wrestler's performance affects the 
team's outcome, and the outcome of the team is a 
reflection of every wrestlers performance. 

Coach Wright, fresh out of college and the NCAA finals, 
placed much emphasis on conditioning. Many times the 
team ran on Sunday when snow covered the track. 

Tom Watkins won the Warren Central Tourney in the 
145 lbs. class. Allen Banks placed first in the City 
Tourney at 155 lbs. while Leroy Driver placed second at 
the 119 lbs. class. Later in the season, the squad traveled 
to Tipton to participate in a tournament equal to 
competition in the Sectionals. The results were: Craig 
Ratcliff first at 98 lbs., Karl Cain first at 112 lbs., Stewart 
Johnson second at 126 lbs., Mickey Smith first at 145 lbs., 
Allen Banks first at 155 lbs., and Greg Porter first at 177 
lbs.. This year the wrestler who compiled the record with 
the highest winning percentage was Mickey Smith. 
Smith, a senior, was 21-2 for the season, losing in the City 
Tourney, where he placed third and in the Regionals 
where he placed third. Mickey was also the Sectional 
Champ. 




I'he winner is David Huxhold. David, a junior, 
wrestled in the 167 lbs. class ttiis season. 

Coach Ervin Wright, aside from being head 
wrestling coach, doubles as an on-the-spot 
medic. 



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Junior Allen Banks, City Champ at 155 lbs., 
prepares to set-up his takedown on his Tech 
opponent. Allen was the eventual winner of the 
match. 



VARSITY WRESTLING 






OPP 


SHS 


Arlington 


22 


35 


Wood 


12 


60 


Attucks 


6 


72 


Washington 


23 


29 


Chatard 


47 


23 


Tech 


26 


26 


Cathedral 


24 


33 


Scecina 


22 


31 


Brebeuf 


18 


52 


Perry Meridian 


29 


27 


Broad Ripple 


20 


42 


Warren Central Tourney 




4th 


Tipton Tourney 




2nd 


City Tourney 




4th 


Sectional Tourney 




4th 



Senior Stewart Johnson uses a reverse cradel to 
pin his Perry Meridian opponent. Stewart wres- 
tled at 126 lbs. for the season. 




Varsity Wrestiing: Standing-Dennis Avery, David Henson, Mitchell Smith, Andy Ross, Allen Banks, David Huxhold, Greg 
Porter, Wayne Lacey, Otha Taylor, Coach Ervin Wright. Knee/ing-John Peacock, Stewart Johnson, Leroy Driver, Karl Cain, 
Eddy Ross, Craig Ratcliff. 




Sectional victims- 
rockets, panthers 



For second year Shortridge head basketball coach, Don 
Thomas, this season could best be described as a building 
year. Of the final roster seven players were seniors, three 
were juniors, and two sophomores. Of the seven seniors, 
two had never played basketball in varsity competition 
before. At the beginning of the season, the starting five 
consisted of Harris, Elder, Singleteary, Gilbert, and 
Greenwade. With the loss of Greenwade due to 
hypertension, Darrell Burks stepped into the line-up only 
to be replaced by Vincent Greene near the beginning of 
the Sectionals. Throughout the season Robert Harris was 
the team leader in shooting and rebounding. Along with 
finishing as one of the top rebounders in the city this 
year, Robert was selected as center on the All-Sectional 
Tourney team. However, Harris did not carry the team 
alone as Steve Singleteary, forward on the All-Sectional 
team, and Greg Elder brought the team through with their 
sharp outside shooting. 

During Sectional play the Shortridge Blue Devils drew 
Broad Ripple as their first opponent for the Hinle site. 
They went on to defeat Broad Ripple and later North 
Central. But lo and behold the six year curse took its toll 
and the Blue Devils lost in the finals to Arlington, a team 
they had beaten twice in regular season play. 

Vincenlrereene was usually the first man oftThe 
bench, but toward the end of the season, Vincent 
had progressed far enough to start in the 
Sectionals. 

Steve Singleteary goes up for an easy two against 
Broad Ripple. Steve was deadly with his outside 
jump shot. 

Freshman Baskethull Team; Back Row— Wayne Rainey, Peter Peterson, 
Dan Sullivan, Charles Tinsley, Coach Rod Trabue. Row fwo-Chris Gruver, 
Kevin Bullock, Roger Adams, Anthony Miles, William Murray, Rodney 
Wells. Front Row-Coach Dave Johnson, Dennis Akers, Tyrone Evans, 
Thomas Gary, Lenord Gilbert, Gary Hammeter, Gary Flowers. 






Varsity Basketball Team: Back Row-Alfred Hurt. Vincent Greene, Greg Elder, Robert Harris, Spiro 
Bereveskos, Steve Singleteary, Coach Don Thomas. Kneeiing-Jay Alley, Marcellus Greene, Tim Rush, 
Darrell Burks, Derrick Burks, Lamont Gilbert. 



197:3-74 Varsi 


y Basketball 






SHS 


Opp. 


Washington 


70 


73 


Atlucks 


62 


F,r^ 


How(^ 


88 


53 


Richmimil 


64 


77 


Wood 


88 


66 


Chatard 


65 


66 


Marshall 


59 


57 


Brebeuf 


69 


66 


Scccina 


70 


61 


Cathedral 


60 


70 


Roncalli 


84 


60 


Arlington 


65 


64 


City Tourney 






Scecina 


77 


72 


Arlington 


63 


61 


Washington 


72 


56 


T(-ch 


71 


88 


East Chi. Wash. 


52 


46 


Manual 


57 


61 


Broad Ripple 


77 


83 


Laf. Jeff 


79 


88 


Connersville 


50 


55 


Sectionals 






Broad Ripple 


84 


57 


North Central 


65 


63 


Arlington 


63 


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Whenever Robert Harris got tired of 
shooting from the floor, he'd simple, 

ke a few steps, jump, and put the 

ill in the hoop. 




Senior Darrell Burks beats the press against 
Cathedra!. At 5'8" Darrell proved very effective ir 
bringing the ball down court and setting up plays 

Greg Elder scoops up a rebound against the Irish 
Combined with Harris and Singleteary, Short- 
ridge had one of the city's strongest front lines. 




Reserve Basketball: Back Row— Tim Clark, Sylvester Rowe, Andy Dunford, Abel Barnett, "ik 

Marcellus Greene, James DeFrantz, Dennis Thumin, Charles Singleteary, Mr. Charles Fitzgerald, mg^ 

Front Row— Ray Ewing, Byron Simmons, Marvin Roney, Joe Adams, Terri Waters, Dorian m^- 
Williams, Harold Conway, Moses Harrelson. 



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Girls Track Team hauls in ribbons at City Meet 



The hard work and hours of practice 
paid off in ribbons and medals for 
members of last years girls track team. 
Mrs. Grissom and Mrs. Garrett 
combined in a joint effort to coach the 
girls to victory. After tough competion 
against such powers as Wood, 
Lawrence Central, Arlington, Manua 
and Attucks, the girls went on to take 
4th in the All-City meet. Judy Garrett 
contributed a 2nd in the 440 yard dash 
and a 3rd in the 220 dash. Belinda 
Nolcox and Gail Smith used their 
speed in winning a 2nd in the hurdles 
and a 2nd in the 220 yard dash 
respectively. The City-County Meet 
added a 6th in the 220 yard dash and a 
4th in the 440 dash to Judy Garrett's 
record, while the relay team placed 3rd 
in the 880. 

Cassandra Grant and Judy Garrett spent a lot of 
time working on the handing of the baton and 
both show good form as they run at the City 
Meet. 




Girls' Track Standing-Mary Williams, Alice Terry, Kay DeBow, Patricia Alexander, Cynthia Fore- Selina France, the Feminine Flash, has her deter- 
man, Terry Waters, Knee/ing-Judy Garrett, Cassandra Grant, Selina France, Tina Garrett. mined eyes on only one thing, the finish line. 



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Girls win first 
Sectional game 

What's the formula for a winninj^ team 
in girls volleyball? That's the problem 
that was faced by Mrs. Harriet 
Wisdom, coach of the 11-member 
team. The girls must have found a 
recipe for success, because they 
finished the season with a 5 won, 6 lost 
record, and won the first game of the 
Sectionals at Pike. 



Practice started early in September 
and the team worked on spikes, serves, 
"digs"— coming up under the ball— and 
general techniques. After the first of 
October, however, the boys basketball 
team needed the gym after school, so 
the girls went without practice. 
Meeting only for games, the team 
managed to win against such city 
powers as Ladywood, Manual, and 
Wood, and beat Speedway in the first 
game of the Sectionals. 

Team spirit is a big factor in any sport, this years 
girls volleyball team had plenty of spirit, as they 
get into a huddle before the Wood game. 

Sue Clardy, No. 50, is truly a whiz with the 
volleyball. At least her teammates think she is. 



1973 Girls Volleyball 






SHS 


OPP 


Broad Ripple 


5 


15 




12 


15 


Arlington 


3 


15 




11 


15 


Ladywood 


15 


4 




15 


8 


Scecina 


15 


11 




8 


15 




10 


10 

15 


Wood 


15 


6 




15 


15 




15 


9 


Howe 


3 


15 




10 


15 


Manual 


15 


6 




13 


15 




15 


10 


Tech 


5 


15 




11 


15 


Attacks 


3 


15 




5 


15 


Broad Ripple 


7 


15 




13 


15 


Sectionals 






Speedway 


15 


9 




15 


6 


Pike 


16 


14 




13 


15 




13 


15 



Girls Volleyball: Back Row— Darlene Jewel, Theresa Yates, Mary Coleman, Selina France, Jackie Ware, 
Michelle Davis, Sue Clardy, Cassandra Grant, Kevan Melton, Deborah Nelson, Coach Wisdom. Front 
Roiv— Ingrid Grant, Elvira Nolcox, Paula Mcintosh, Belinda Nolcox, Dela Lacey. 



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Girls Basketball 
fair, improving 

A "fair and improving" girl's 
basketball team completed their 
second year of organized competition 
under the able guidance of Mrs. 
Harriet Wisdom, head coach. 

The Satans had capable individuals in 
all facets of the game. Lenore and 
Lenette Williams dominated the 
boards at the center and forward 
positions. Forwards Suzanne Wells 
and Selina France provided able 
defense, while Paula Mcintosh, Debbie 
Nelson and Betsey Hatchel helped the 
offensive end. 

Dominique Miller and Karon Reeves 
were more than capable in coming off 
the bench. 

Paula utilized her smooth bank shot 
for ten points against Broad Ripple, but 
the team's season high point 
production came from Debbie Nelson, 
with nineteen points in the Ripple 
game. 





Girl's BuKkcthaU Team: Back Row— Delen Williams, Karon Reeves, Betsey 
Hatchel, Selina France, Lenette Williams, Mrs. Harriott Wisdom. KneeJi'ng- 
Lenore Williams, Suzanne Wells, Paula Mcintosh. Dcihliie Nelson. 



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Debbie Nelson shows her ball control as she 
hustles down court during the Ladywood game. 

Paula Mcintosh does a few warm-up layups 
before the opening tip-off at the Washington 
game. 



Girl's Basketball 






SHS 


Opp 


Broad Ripple 


35 


17 


Washington 


23 


25 


Washington 


29 


40 


Attucks 


20 


36 


Ladywood 


28 


47 


Broad Ripple 


44 


43 


Attucks 


37 


43 


Warren Central 


27 


45 


Ladywood 


27 


48 





Skate Club gets 
students rollin' 



One of the best attended clubs at 
Shortridge is the Roller Skating Club. 
Students met on Thursdays from 3:15 
to 5:45 p.m. at Rollerland and skated to 
music, much of which they provided 
themselves. 

The sponsor, Mr. Allen Sutherland, has 
taught skating professionally since 
1950. This includes competitive, dance, 
figure free style and pairs skating. 

Since the students have only skating 
on their minds, security guards were 
not necessary. Rental of skates was 
included in the price of admission. 

Left— Clowning around on roller skates appeals 
to Greg Crowe and Jeff Penick. But who is 
laughing more the clowns or the spectators? 

Lower Left— Shortridgers display school zodiac 
shirts while skating to the music during one of 
the weekly roller skating club meetings. 

Below— Geneva Bailey glides by the photographer 
on her way around the roller skating ring. She 
skates with the ease of an expert. 



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Right— Varsity cheerleader Vivian Joyner gives a 
jubilant cheer of victory for her Shortridge Blue 
Devils after a hard game. 

Far Right— Barbara Slatter puts a lot of pep and 
spirit into her cheers during the varsity 
basketball game at Cathedral. 

BeJow: Freshman Cheerleaders— Denise Grady, 
Darlene Edwards, Laurie Garrett, Tanya Stuart, 
Anita Slatter, Sharon Blankenbaker. 



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by cheerleaders 

Limber and loud, our cheerleaders 
could be found practicing anywhere 
they could find the space. The girls 
work paid off, though, as they lead the 
fans in sceaming support for their 
team. 



The varsity cheerleaders went to a 
five-day camp at Vincennes University 
last summer. While there, they were 
very proud of winning the campus' 
highest award, the red, white and blue 
Spirit Stick. To win this award, it was 
necessary for Shortridge's cheerleaders 
to show athletic achievement, the 
ability to work together as a squad and 
to radiate enough pep and enthusiasm 
to excite any crowd. 

Under the guidance of Miss Lynn 
McDowell, the cheerleaders sold 
candy, stickers, and held bake sales to 
raise money for the camp and new 
uniforms. They held pep sessions, 
attended every game and supported 
our teams with their smiles, pep and 
enthusiasm. 

Left— Marva Cobb nd Susan Blankenhaker take 
a quick break during halftime while watching the 
floats at the Cathedral homecoming game. 

Lower Left— Judy Garrett's lively smile shows she 
really enjoys cheering for Shortridge's winning 
basketball team. 

Below: Reserve Cheerleaders— Michelle Jones, 
Terri Waters, Dorian Williams, Sarah Helmer, 
Kathy Johnson, Kristy Kirch. 



Pom-Pom Girls 
— halftime honeys 



Everybody either goes to some type of 
sports event to watch the players or the 
halftime shows. Shortridge halftime 
shows have a special flair, the 
Shortridge Pom-Pom girls, or as they 
are known around here as the 
"Devillettes". They started practicing 
three weeks before school started, 
under the leadership of sponsor Miss 
Lynn McDowell and veteran captain 
Sharla Roddy and co-captain Vicki 
Ervin. They made their own blue and 
white uniforms. 

Janice Carter performs during halftime at the 
Broad Ripple basketball game. The pom-pom 
girls keep the fans mind off the fact we're down 
by seven points. 

are known around here as the 
"Devillettes". They started practicing 
three weeks before school started, 
under the leadership of sponsor Miss 
Lynn McDowell and veteran captain 
Sharla Roddy and co-captain Vicki 
Ervin. They made their own blue and 
white uniforms. 

Janice Carter performs during halftime at the 
Broad Ripple basketball game. The pom-pom 
girls keep the fans mind off the fact we're down 
by seven points. 



Pom-Pom GirJs; Back Row— Debra Spurling, Phillis Pepper, Cynthia 
Green, Debra Dudley, Kay Debow, Jaki Sanders, Debbie Cougan, Tina 
Garrett. Row Two— Sharla Roddy, Kelley Osgood, Jean Bledsoe, Julie 
Smith, Debbie Rooks, Rochelle Jones. Front Row— Jennifer Finnell, Kim 
Wilson, Karen Crossland. 

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Rain, Rain, Rain, Rain, Rain, Rain, Rain, Rain! 



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October 31 was a day of mixed 
emotions for Shortridge students. 
Blue Devil fans bundled up to 
protect themselves from the driving 
rain, only to see tudir team lose their 
second Homecoming game in a rov^. 
While the Satans battled the Ripple 
Rockets, students fought to keep 
their floats from melting and falling 
apart. When the judging was 
completed the Class of '76 came up 
with the first prize ribbon for their 
float entitled "Spirit of 76". 

Later that evening students made 
their way to the cafeteria for the 
Homecoming dance. While the 
"Words of Wisdom" and the "Truth 
Review" entertained the students 
with music, Leah Stiles was 
crowned Homecoming Queen. 





Top Jeff— As the rain flogged the Junior float, the 
mannequin astride it held up, reflective of the fans 
performance. 

Left— The Shortridge Marching Blue Devils 
marched on through the rain, in a show/ of true 
spirit. 

Above— Dave Saben's large hat received an 
intense workout, protecting him from the rain. 



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cafeteria goodies 

Like the rest of the country, our 
cafeteria food service was hit by 
inflation and general food shortages. 
This was seen as evident in the higher 
food prices this year. The high prices 
caused many students to change their 
eating styles. Some turned to bringing 
their lunch, while others ate the 
cheaper foods or didn't (Mt at all. 



The cafeteria services coped ably with 
these problems. They continued to 
serve hot, nutrious meals. Students 
were still able to purchase a specified 
lunch that was a hot, well balanced 
meal, for only fifty cents. 

This year tray lunches were kept in 
one area in an effort to keep the lunch 
room clean. Students were required to 
show their I.D. cards, with lunch 
periods indicated right on the cards. 
This eliminated the confusion of extra 
people in the cafeteria. The Student 
Council was responsible for getting 
music in the cafeteria during lunch 
periods. All students enjoyed the 
music with their meals. 

Mr. Larry Humes takes a guilty bite from a 
Shiortridge delicacy while on cafeteria duty. 




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Leaders direct 
Shortridge Ship 

Heading the Shortridge team of 
administrators is Mr. Benjamin 
Johnson. Stepping up from the 
position of Vice Principal, that he 
held last year, Mr. Johnson took 
over the Principalship reins from 
Mr. Carnel. The job of 
coordinating all the aspects of 
running a large high school is a 
busy job. Mr. Johnson is a strong 
Shortridge supporter. He has 
fought hard for improvements 
and the continuing of SHS. 



The addition of Mr. Donald 
Oldham to the SHS 
administration vi^as w^elcomed by 
both the faculty and the students. 
As Vice Principal of business, Mr. 
Oldham is responsible for the 
school budgets, capital outlay, 
extra-curricular accounts, 
security guards, deans, custodians 
and cafeteria workers. Mr. 
Oldham tackled this tremendous 
job with the experience of years 
and the skill of a professional. 

The job of Director of Guidance 
is more complicated than it may 
seem. Along with making college 
contacts, writing 
recommendations, heading the 
orientation program, and getting 
transfers, Mr. Peter Davis issues 
work permits, registers men for 
the draft and oversees the SAT 
testing program. 

Wading through the jungle of 
schedules and creating order out 
of confusion is Vice Principal Mr. 
Raymond Riley. In order for 
every day to run as smoothly as 
possible, Mr. Riley has to 
coordinate the classes 1,965 
students want to take with the 97 
teachers who teach them and 
combine them all into a nine- 
period day. 

(a) MR. BEN/AMIN JOHNSON-Principal. 

(b) MR. DONALD OLDHAM-Vice 
Principal. 

(c) MR. PETER DA Vis-Director of 
Guidance. 

(d) MR. RAYMOND R/LEY-Vice 
Principal. 




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Office staff 
tries to better 



Ridge 



(a) MHS. MILDRED BLEWETT-Registrar 

(b) MRS. KA YE SHEPHERD-Attendance 
Clerk 



(c) MRS. MARY HL/LTS-Secretary to Mr. 
Riley 

(d) MRS. MARY W/LLS-Secretary to the 
Dean 



(e) MRS. GLADYS SM/TH-Secretary to 
Mr. Johnson 

(f) MRS. SARAH RDNYAN-Para- 
professional 

(g) MRS. BETTY NICHOLSON-Bookstore 
manager 



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Capable experts 
serve students 

"The deans job at SHS I have found 
not unweilding, not undesireable, 
but a position where the needs of 
the student body can be effectively 
met and serviced in most cases to a 
satisfactory solution for all 
concerned. I vi'ould like to thank the 
faculty and staff for its total 
cooperation", said Mrs. Garrett, 
Dean of Women. 

Mrs. Betty Garrett is very fond of 
her job and enjoys helping the 
students find the root of their 
problems and a workable answer 
for them. 

With the assistance of a para- 
professional, an Assistant Dean, and 
several student aids, she handles the 
wide variety of problems that come 
her way in addition to the usual 
discipline problems. 

Mrs. Garrett would like to see SHS 
remain open and a rise in school 
spirit. She feels that pride in our 
school is very important. 

Working alongside of Mrs. Garrett is 
Mr. Francis Carter, the Dean of 
Boys. "The Judge" deals out 
punishments that usually benefit 
both the students and the school. 
Boys are often assigned to clean the 
yard or sweep the floors after 
school. Dean Carter's warm, 
friendly manner and a good sense of 
humor crops up everywhere in 
unexpected places. (He chose his 
own picture) 

Rounding out the quartet are Mrs. 
Crowdus, Nurse and Mrs. Langan, 
Social Worker. Working together 
they take care of and health and 
social problems which students may 
face around the school. 

(a) MRS. BETTY GARRETT-Dean of Girls 

(b) MR. FRANCIS f:ARTER-Dcan of Boys 

(c) MRS. EVELYN CROWD(/S-Nurse 

(d) MISS NANCY LANCAN-Social Worker 




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The Teachers: 
SHS foundation 



(a) ROY ABEHSON-B.P.E., B.S,, M.S.; 
Government; Student Action Center, Human 
Relations. 

(b) //DOVER BAKER-B.S.. M.S.; Advanced 
Biology, General Science. 

(c) lOHN C. BAKRR-B.S., M.A.; Spanish. 

(d) MATT/R BA/JX)W-Ph.B, B.S., M.A.; 
Chemistry, Science I.S.C.S, English; Assistant 
to the Dean of Girls. 

(e) JOSEPH BEAMON-B.A., M.A.; Social 
Studies, Values and Issues. 

(f) CAROLYN BEARD-B.A.; English. 

(g) LEONARD BE///JNG-B.S., M.S.; Band, 
Music Theory; Department Head, Junior 
Vaudeville. 

(h) BARBARA BENTON-B.S.; Clothing. 

(i) RICHARD BOARMAN-B.S.. M.S.; Heahh; 

Varsity Football, Varsity Wrestling. 

(j) BRENDA BRANHA/W-B.S.; Business 

Math, Clerical Practice; C.O.E.; O.E.A. 

(k) L. THOMAS BRES/MA/MN-Ph.B., B.A.. 

M.S.; Mathematics. 



-A.B., M.S.; Biology, 
Black 



(1) SUSIE H. BROWN- 

General Science. 

(m) EUGENIA BLiCKNER-B.S. 

Literature, English III and IV. 

(n) SUSAN BURTON-B.S.; English, Reading. 

(o) ROY E. BUSSELL-B.A.; U.S. History, 

World History. 

(p) ROBERT CATUS-B.A., M.A.; 
Anthropology, Sociology, World History, 
(q) RICHARD COCHRAN-B.S.. B.A.; World 
History, Government.; Soccer. 

(r) RICHARD COHEN-B.A., M.A.; Engli.sh, 

Journalism; THE ECHO, Great Books, Debate, 

Spanish Clubs. 

(s) JOAN H. COOPER-B.A.; English, Poetry, 

Ethnic Lit., Alternate Program. 

(t) BURNEL E. C0L;L0N-B.S., M.S.; Printing. 

(u) DORCAS CRAVENS-B.A., M.S.; English; 

Freshman Council. 



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Teachers train 
talented teens 



(a) LINDA S. DA V/S-B.A., M.A.: English 
IS, IR, IIIS, Film Criticism, 

(b) MARY G. DA V/S-B.S., M.A.; Clothing, 

(c) JANET DEAN-B.S.; Librarian. 

(d) CAROLYN FAY-B.A., M.A.; English I 
& n, Critical Thinking, Language, Pre- 
College Grammar. 

(e) ROBERT FOLEY-B.S.; General 
Science. 

(f) CHARLES F/TZGERALD-B.S., M.S.; 
Health, P.E., Dr. Education; Department 
Head: Coach Reserve Basketball, Assistant 
Track Coach. 

(g) IAN FRASER-M.F.A.; Art, Art 
Appreciation. 

(h) RON FREELAND-B.S., M.S.; Math; 

Reserve Baseball. 

(i) ERNEST FR/GO-B.S., M.S.; Algebra, 

Geometry, General Math.; Senior Class 

Activities. 

(i) THEODORE GELB-B.F.A.; Stagecraft, 

Craft Art; Director of Stage Productions, 

Stage Crew. 

(k) WILL/AM G/BSON-B.S., M.S.; Math.; 

Department Head. 

(1) HOLLY R. GRAHAM-B.A., M.S.; 

Reading. 

(m) MAE GRAVES-B.S., M.A.; Resources 

for Living, Foods. 

(n) JACQUELINE S. GREENWOOD-B.S., 

M.S.; Algebra, Geometry, General Math, 

Basic Math; Sophomore Class Sponsor. 

(o) ]OANN GR/SSOM-B.S., M.S.; 

Orientation; Guidance Counselor. 

(p) DAVID R. HAMMER-A.B., M.S.; 

French, Psychology. 

(q) LINDA HANSON-B.S.; Foods. 

(r) DIANE //ASTON-B.S., M.A.; 

Freshman, Sophomore English; Speech 

Club. 

(s) JAMES A. HADSMANN-B.S.; U.S. 

History, Health; Head Coach Cross 

country. Track. 

(t) JOHN E. HAYNES-B.S.; Basic Art I & 
II, Advanced Art. 

(u) JOHN HIGBEE-B.S., M.A.; U.S. 
Government, Freshman Social Studies, 
(v) PHILIP H. H/RSCH-B.S., M.A.; 
Dramatics, Speech, Film Criticism; 
Footlights, Thespians, Sr. Play, All-School 
Play, Christmas & Spring Touring 
Company. 

(w) ROBERT E. HOUSTON^B.S., M.S.; 
Psychology, Economics, U.S. History; THE 
ANNUAL, Quill & Scroll. 




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Staff spurs on 

striving 

students 



(a) MAlllUCK IIIICKLEBKURY-B.S.. 
M.S.; Attendance Supervisor. 

(b) LAHUY //[JMES-B.S.; P.E.. Health. 

(c) (KAN M. |/\CKSON-B.A., M.A.: U.S. 
History, World History, Indiana History, 
International Relations. 

(d) DAVID I.. lOHNSON-B.S.: Enf^lish: 
/Vsst. Coach Freshman Football, Trainer. 

(e) MATTIE jUHNSON-A.B., M.S.; P.E. 

(f) SHELDON KANTOR-B.F.A., M.S.; 
Department Head; Ceramics, Textiles; Art 
Club. 

(g) AZILEE K/NCA/DE-A.B., M.A.; 
American Literature, Mass Media. English 
1; Freshman Class Sponsor. 

(h) DONALD KING-B.S., M.A.; 
Department Head; Chemistry. Biology. 

(i) CONSTANCE B. K/HBY-B.A., M.A.; 
Spanish; Sponsor, Exercise in Knowledge, 
(j) D.W. MANNAN-B.S., M.S.; 
Introduction to Social Studies, Economics, 
(k) MAHY T. MAL/CK-A.D., B.S.; Health, 
Health Occupations. 
(1) DONALD MCCAL/LEY-Printer and 
compositor. 

(m) EHNEST/NE MCCHEE-B.S.; Art, 
Jewelry. 

(n) LYNN MCDOWELL-B.S.; World 
History, U.S. History, Government; 
Sponsor, Cheerleaders, Pom Pom Girls, 
(o) SUSAN MCN/EL-B.S.; Typing, 
Shorthand, Data Processing; Junior Class 
Sponsor, Junior Class Financial Advisor, 
(p) ]OHN MED/ESK/-B.M., M.M.; 
Orchestra, Strings; Sponsor, String 
Ensemble. 

(q) jOYANN M/DDLEKAUFF-B.A., M.S.; 

English, Special Education; Sponsor, 

Freshman Council. 

(r) HELEN MOELLER-B.S.; English. 

(s) WILLIAM H. M0R(;AN-B.S.. M.S.; 

Economics, Government; Sponsor, Chess 

Club. 

(t) MARIAN MOSES-B.S., M.S.; 

Geometry, Basic Math. 

(u) SANDHA MUMPHHEY-Adult 

Assistant in Physical Education. 

(v) DONALD L. NELSON-B.S., M.S.; 

Astronomy, Physics, Basic Math. 

(w) MARTf/ALOU NEWLAND-Adult 

Assistant in the Library. 

(x) NANCY N/EMAN-B.M.; Adult 

Assistant in Music Department. 



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Staff plans for 
student success 



(a) STEPHEN li. PAPES//-B.A., M.S.; ■ 
Orientation, Alternate Program. 

(b) T//OM/\S A. PAYNE-B.A., M.A.; 
Department Head; Social Studies. 

(c) UNDA PETERSON-B.S., M.S.; 
Biology I & II. 

(d) EORD RATCL/FF-B.S.. M.S.; Power 
Mechanics, Mechanical Drawing. 

(e) LO(//SE HE/TER-M.A.; German; 
German Club. National Honor Society. 

(f) LOIS REPASS-B.A., M.A.; Latin 
Derivatives, English; Latin Club. 

(g) GENE /K)BERTSON-M.S.; P.E., 
Health, Drivers Ed., Biology; Athletic 
Director. 

(h) P/f(L(P ROGER.S-B.S.; Glee Clubs, A 

Cappcilla Choir, Madrigals, New 

Establishment; Co-sponsor of Senior 

Class. 

(i) CYNTHIA RO//N-B.A., M.S.; 

Orientation; Student Council. 

(j) PAT RUTAN-B.S.; Career English. 

Film Criticism, Sophomore English. 

(k) MICHAEL SANFORD-B.S.; Biology. 

General Science. 

(1) MARY S;EGEL-B.S.; Shorthand, 

Typing; Ticket Manager. 

(m) CAROL E. SM/T//-B.A.. M.S.; 

Biology, Earth Science. 

(n) FRANCES H. SM/Ti /-B.S., M.S.; 

Foods L III, & V, Men's Foods I. 

(o) RANDALL W. SM/TH-B.S.; Sales, 

Merchandising, Consumer Business, 

Distributive Ed., DECA. 

(p) /ERRY STE/NER-B.S., M.S.; Semor 
Counselor; Key Club; Intramural Bowling 
(q) IIIDITH STIMSON-B.S., M.S.; 
Clothing, Family Living, Family Health, 
(r) ARTHUR L."ST[;DEBAKEfi-B.S., 
M.S.; Industrial Arts, Math., Science, 
(s) ALLEN S(iTHERLAND-B.A., M.A.; 
French, Creative Writing; Rollerskating, 
French Club, I.U. Honors. 



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Teachers 
engage in 
extra duties 



(a) TWYLLAll TAYLOR -U.S.: Typing, 
Business Machines. General Business. 

(b) CUAIU.ES E. T//OMA,S-B.S.: Drug 
Ed., Health, Boys Physical Education. 

(c) C///\RLES /■ T//6ma,S-B.S., M.S.: 
Electricity, Drafting. 

(d) DON 7'//0MA.S-B.S., M.S.: Asst. Dean 
of Boys, Head Basketball Coach. 

(e) JOHN THOMAS-Para-professional: 
Young Life. 

(f) STEPHEN M. TOLIN-B.S.: Social 
Studies, U.S. History. Basic Math.; Tennis 
Coach. 

(g) RODER/C TRABUE-B.S.. M.S.; Art; 
Lettermen's Club, Varsity Football, 
Freshman Basketball. 

(h) ,STKVE TUCKER-B.S.; Values and 

Issues, Social Studies 1. 

(i) MAH/E VAN UOHN-B.S.. M.S., M.A.: 

Chemistry: NHS Committee. 

(j) WANDA C. WA;)E-B.S.; Clothing I. 

Child Development; Y-Teens. 

(k) /,[.;C7LLE C. WAf^L-A.B., B.S.: Math.; 

Math. Club, Hi-Pi, Mu Alpha Theta. 

(1) DEBORAH WAYCOTT-B.A., M.A.T.; 

French. Russian: Russian Club. 

(m) RUTH ANN WEBB-B.S.. M.B.A.: 

Department Head: Accounting, 

Recordkeeping. 

(n) BRA/)/,EY L WE.ST-B.S.: Woods. 

Construction. 

(o) JEAN WH/TCRAFT-A.B.. M.S.; 

Department Head: English. 

(p) HARRIET W/SDOM-B.S.: Health. 

P.E.: Girl's Volleyball, Girl's Basketball. 

(q) GARY L. WOOD-B.S., M.S.; Business 

Ed. 

(r) ERV/N D. WR/G//T-B.S.; Health: 

F.C.A., Varsity Wrestling. 

(s) CLARICE A. YOUNG-B.S.. M.S.; 

Typing, Business Opp., General Bus.. 

English. 



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What's happening? A big fling— The Senior Thing 



A Senior THING? What's a THING 
doing in a school? It may sound like a 
game but actually it's a learning tool 
used by Shortridge Seniors to discover 
what the "outside" world holds for 
them. 

Originally called the Job Fair, this 
annual event started in 1965 by the 
Pupil Motivation Committee, was 
designed to help soon-to-be graduates 
find job placements. As the job 
openings tightened up the Job Fair 
evolved into the Senior Thing and 
representatives from colleges, the 
armed forces and training schools were 
brought in too. 

October 16, this years Senior Thing, 
brought a wide range of opportunities. 
Seniors were excused from morning 
classes to talk with various 
representatives and councilors. Over 
twenty-five college representatives 
came from Universities in which 
pupils had expressed an interest. Also 
present were authorities on politics 
and social concerns, apprenticeships 
and on-the-job training, various career 
interests and post-high school training. 

More people talked to the Armed Forces 
recruiters this year than ever before. Randall 
Sargent and Clyde Rainey discuss various 
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Looks like mass chaos but actually there's a lot of 
learning here as students talk to various 
university representatives in the college corner. 

Aliftost graduates were very interested in what 
their chances were of succeeding in the outside 
world and listened intently to all advice given. 







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"There will be a Senior Council 
meeting Thursday, fourth period, 
in room 326", could be heard 
every week over the third period 
announcements. During their 
weekly meetings, the council 
worked on different projects, 
money-making activities, and 
entertainment for the Senior 
Class of 74. Led by sponsor, Mr. 
Frigo, the class officers and 
Senior Council sponsored dances, 
buses to out-of-town games, and 
planned for the Prom and 
commencement. 

Le/t— Maurice Boler thoroughly evaluates the 
current proposal before voting. Senior 
Council is the decision making body for 
seniors. 

Lower Left— Senior Carol Grady just can't 
seem to decide on which way to vote. Senior 
Council was just one of Carol's many 
activities. 

Senior Class Officers: Karl Cain, treasurer; 
Lisa Talley, vice-president; Bryan Williams, 
president; Darlene Berryhill, secretarv 



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LORRAINE AKERS 

ANTHONY ALLEN-Var., Res., Fresh. Track; 

Fresh. Wrestling; Career Sampling, Letterman 

Clubs; Student Council; ROTC, c/cpt, NCO of 

the month 1972, Command Sgt. Maj. 1972-73, 

Exhibition Drill Team. 

DEBORAH ALLEN 

REGINALD ALLEN 

ANDREA D. ANDERSON-Vaudeville; News 

Bureau; Girl's Glee, A. Cappella (sec). 

Madrigals (sec); Pep Club (sec); Footlights; 

Girl's League; Student Council; True Blue; 

Athletic Office Asst. 

DEREK O. ANDERSON 

MICHELLE ANDERSON 

ROBERT ANDERSON 

CURTIS R. ANDREWS-Vaudeville; Bowling, 

Key Club. 

JOYCE ANDREWS 

RONALD J. ATKINS 
GENEVA M. BAILEY 
STARICE BAILEY 
RAYMOND BAKER 
TONI M. BALLINGER 





AVIS L. BANKS-Sr. Council; Jr. Policy; 
Vaudeville; A-Band, B-Band; Majorette, Pom 
Pom Girl; Girl's League; True Blue; Spanish 
Club; NHS; Student Council; Y-Teens; 
Swimming Team. 
CALVIN O. BANKS 
EVA M. BANKS 
MICHAEL D. BASS 

DOLLY CAMPBELL BATES-Vaudeville; 
Girl's Glee, Choral Club, A Cappella; Pep 
Club; Career Sampling; Spanish Club; 
Student Council; Y-Teens. 

BARBARA BATTISTA 

lUAN BATTLE 

DEBRA L. BELK-Vaudeville; Girl's Glee; 

Bowling; Girl's League; Red Cross; Spanish 

Club; Student Council; True Blue; Y-Teens. 

DENISE BELL 

GARY D. BELL 



JACQUELINE MARIE BELL-Vaudeville; 
ECHO Ed.; Girl's Glee; Girl's League; Great 
Books; NHS; Quill and Scroll; Student 
Council; True Blue; Y-Teens (pres.); Honor 
Study Program; Nat'l Achievement 
semifinalist; WHO'S WHO IN HIGH 
SCHOOL; Girl's Volleyball; Laboratory Asst.; 
Registrar's Asst. 
PALISSA BELLAMY 

SPIRO BEREVESKOS-Res., Var. Basketball; 
Indiana High School Chess Champ; Exercise 
in Knowledge; German, Letterman Clubs; 
NHS; Nat'l Merit Finalist, 
BERNITA BERRYHILL 
DARLENE BERRYHILL 

STEVEN BEUKE 
ANNA M. BIES 
JACQUELINE BLACKMON 
EDNA BLAND 
SAMUEL BLANDINA 




SUSAN BLANKENBAKER-Sr. Council; Jr. 
Policy; Vaudeville; ANNUAL Sr. Ed.; New 
Establishment, Band, Orchestra, True Blue; 
International Exchange; Letterman; Student 
Council, Var. Cheerleader. 
KENT BLEDSOE 
MAURICE BOWLER 
JAMES BOWERS-Vaudeville; Var,, Res. 
Baseball; Var., Res. Football; Key Club; 
Letterman; NHS; Human Relations Council; 
Stage Crew; WHO'S WHO IN HIGH 
SCHOOL. 
KEVIN BRADLEY 

MARY BRANSON-Vaudeville; ECHO page 
ed.; News Bureau; Girl's Glee; Choral Club; A 
Cappella; Le Circle Francais; Quill and Scroll; 
NHS; Student Council; Library Asst.; 
Freshman Cheerleader; New Establishment. 
DEBORAH BROACH 
JAUNICE BROACH 
FRANK BROWNLOW-1973 graduate, 
ANGELA BROWN 

EARNEST BROWN 

KENNETH BROWN 

ROWENA BROWN 

DANA BRUNE 

BEVERLY BRYANT-August graduate. 



CHARISE BULLOCK 
MICHAEL BULLOCK 
MARK BUNDRANT 
DARRELL BURKS 
DERRICK BURKS 



TERRY BURKS 
MYRON BURRIS 
JACQUELINE BUTLER 
VICKI BUXTON 
WILLIAM BYRD 



KARL CAIN-Sr. Class Tres.; Sr. Council; Jr. 
Policy; ANNUAL Sports Ed.; Var.; Res.; Fresh. 
Football; Var., Res., Fresh. Wrestling; German 
Club; Key Club (pres.); Letterman; Quill and 
Scroll; Student Council; Kiawanis Award for 
Youth in Action. 
MICHAEL CAIN 
BARRY CALDWELL 
BEVERLY CAMPBELL 
DAMON CANADY 



CYNTHIA CARNEY 

BRENDA CARTER-January graduate; 

Vaudeville; Girl's Glee; Career Sampling; 

Girl's league; Library Asst.; True Blue; 

Student Council. 

KEITH CHAMBERS 

JERRY CHEUNG-Boy's Glee; Var. Cross 

Country; Var. Track; Key Club; Letterman; 

FCA. 

CHARLES CHRISTMON-Fresh. Baseball; 

Var., Res., Fresh. Football; Var. WrestHng; 

Letterman. 

ALEXANDER CLARK 

BETTY J. CLARK-Sr. Council; Jr. Policy; 

Girl's Drill Team; Spanish Club; Pep Club; 

NHS (sec); Red Cross; Student Council; Y- 

Teens (tres.). 

JERI CLARK 

MARC D CLARK 

MARVA J. COBB-Sr. Council; Vaudeville; 

Girl's Glee Choral Club, New Establishment; 

Senior Class Float Ch.; Girl's League; 

Letterman; Stage Crew; Student Council; Y- 

Teens; Var., Res., Cheerleaders; Student 

Council; Gym Asst. 



BRENDA COCKRELL 

CONNIE COLEMAN 

MICHELLE COLEMAN-Giri's Drill Team; 

ROTC, 1st. Lt.; Student CounciL 

SUSIE COLEMAN 

BONITA K. COLLINS-Jr. Policy; NHS; HRC; 

Library Asst.; Student Council; ANNUAL 

agent. 

THOMAS W. CRAIG-Jr. Policy; Vaudeville 

German Club; NHS. 

ANTOINETTE CROSS-August graduate. 

KATHY A. CROSSLAND-Girl's Glee; True 

Blue; Soccer; 2nd Lt. ROTC. 

KEITH E. CROSSLAND-Fresh.. Football; 

Fresh. Baseball; Fresh. Wrestling: 1st Lt. 

ROTC Varsity Rifle Team. 

CASSANDRA D. CROWLEY-Vaudeville; A 

Cappella; Girl's Drill Team; ROTC; C/SFC; Y 

Teens. 




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PAULA CURRY 

RALPH G. DAVENPORT 

DENISE DAVIS 

DONALD R. DAVIS 

JANIS L. DA Vis-Girl's League; NHS; Library 

Asst.; Y-Teens; Gym Asst. 



JERRY L. DAVIS 
MAURICE DAVIS 
PRUDENCE DAVIS 
RONALD DAVIS 
VINCENT JO DAVISSON 



WANDA K. DEMMINGS 

CHARLES DEBOW III 

JO DEVASHER 

BYRON DOUGLAS-Jr. Prom Com. Ch., Var. 

Res., Fresh. Football; Track; Float Ch.; Career 

Sampling; Letterman. 

DYRL DOUGLAS 



JEANEEN DOUGLASS 

LARRY DUDLEY 

DAN DUKE-Vaudeville; New Establishment, 

A Cappella, Madrigals; Band; Track. 

IRIS DUNCAN 

BRENDA D. DURHAM 



DEBORAH D. EDWARDS-Vaudeville; Girl's 

Glee, Choral Club, A. Cappella; Bowling; 

Footlights; NHS. 

LAJAUNA R. EDWARDS 

VONDA L. ELAM-Girl's Drill Team; OEA; 

Senior Float Com. 

LOIS J. ELDRIDGE 

PAULA ESPTEIN-August graduate. 



out of cl.Kss to put up a Girl Scout 




OLIVER EUBANKS 

KATHERINE EVANS-Girl's Glee; Choral 

Club. 

SANDRA EVANS 

WILMETTA EVANS-August graduate. 

BEVERLY H. EWING 



STEVEN J. FERGUSON 

DONNA Y. FISHER 

JANET D. FISHER 

MARIE A. FOSTER 

N4ICHELLE L. FRACTION-Vaudeville 

Program Ed., Vaudeville; Jr. Prom Com.; Jr. 

Policy; Pom Pom Girl; Pep Club; Library 

Asst.; Student Council; Homecoming Princess 

and Cand.; Homecoming Senior Princess. 



KATHY L. FRANKLIN 

MARY RITA GAINES-Vaudeville; Girl's 

Glee; Pep Club; Footlights; Student Council 

(sec); Thespians (historian). 

JEANNE GARDNER-ECHO Ed. -in-Chief; 

Quill and Scroll; NHS. 

TINA GARRETT 

KEVIN P. GATEWOOD 



LAURA GILLON 

KARL J. GLICKERT 

CAROL GOLDER-Girl's Glee; Career 

Sampling; Student Council. 

CECIL E. COLDER 

MILLICENT M. GOODSON-Girl's Glee; I.U. 

Honor Language Study; Le Circle Francais; 

NHS; Red Cross. 




CAROL GRADY 

GLORIA GRAVES-Girl's Glee. 

RAYMOND GRAY 

SONJA M. GRAY 

CYNTHIA D. GREEN-Pom Pom Girl; Pep 

Club; Career Sampling; Spanish Club. 

VICTORIA D. GREEN 



VINCENT GREENE 

CAROLYN D. HALL-Girl's League; Library 

Asst.; NHS; Y-Teens; Office Asst. 

TONI L. HALL 

ULLA HAMALAINEN 

RENEE HANSBROUGH-Jr. Class Tres.; 

Senior Council; Vaudeville Act Ch.; 

Vaudeville; Girl's League; True Blue; Bowling; 

Pep Club; HRC; Red Cross; Library Asst.; 

Student Council; Y-Teens; Distributive 

Education (tres.). 

BARBARA HANSEN 

KITTY HARGER 

ROBERT HARRIS 

DANA HARVEY 

SCOTT HATCHEL-Vaudeville; Boy's Glee; 

A Cappella; Fresh. Basketball; Var. Cross 

Country; German Club; Letterman; Soccer 





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Remember '73-'74? That was the year of the crises. The 
fuel crisis and the Watergate crisis. We had more than 
our share of shortages too: meat shortage, paper 
shortage, gas shortage, produce shortage, and as 
everyone will agree, there was definately a money 
shortage too! 

Shortridge did its duty in trying to combat the fuel 
shortage. The heat was never above 65 degrees, and 
sometimes the building was so cold a few of the pipes 
froze. Night activities were cut almost entirely, and the 
building had to be closed by six p.m. every evening. 
The Shortridge ECHO had to be cut from eight pages 
to four because of a newsprint shortage. 

That was also the year of the Indianapolis 
Desegregation Suit, and another proposed closing of 
Shortridge. But anyone, trying to snuff out Shortridge's 
life, will face a bitter battle with an integrated body of 
loyal Shortridge High School supporters. 



Views towards the Watergate 
scandle were varied. Liz 
flaunted her opinion, and hoped 
to convince most people, 
including congressmen, to join 
her side. 



Even though coats were 
restricted, many students like 
Carol Watson felt they were 
necessary to combat the cold 
brought on by the energy crisis. 



ace grai 





GERRY HATCHETT 

LENDOE J, HAYES 

JULIA A. HELMER-ANNUAL advertising: 

Girl's Glee; NHS; NaturaHst Club. 

SANDRA A. HENDERSON-NHS; 

Distributive Education. 



VIVIAN M. HENRY -Vaudeville; Y-Teens. 
DEBRA HENSON-Jr. Policy; Vaudeville Act 
Ch.; Vaudeville; Girl's Drill Team; Girl's 
League; True Blue; Sophomore Float Ch.; Red 
Cross; ROTC; S.F.C. 

RITA E. HOGAN-Sr. Council; Jr. Policy; 
Vaudeville; ECHO page ed.; Girl's Glee; Girl's 
League; Quill and Scroll; Y-Teens; Var., Res. 
Cheerleader; Counselor Asst. 
KATHY D. HOLDER-Sr. Council; 
Vaudeville; ECHO page ed.; Career Sampling; 
Girl's League; Student Council; True Blue; 
Attendance; Registrar's Asst.; Jan. grad. 
LATHAN E. HOLLIS 

JULIA V. HOLLOWAY 

LYDIA C. HOLMES 

JERRY L. HOSKINS 

—Jr. Policy; Vaudeville; Girl's Volleyball; 

Bowling; Career Sampling; German Club; 

NHS; Y-Teens (tres.); True Blue 

JERIS HOOKS 

GREG HORWITZ-ANNUAL cover design; 

Key Club; ANNUAL agent; ROTC C/2 Lt., 

Drill Team (commander); Rifle team, Batallion 

Adj., Color Guard 



MORRIS HOWARD 
DEBORAH HOWARD 

CHARLES HUDDLESTON-Senior Council; 
Junior Policy; Vaudeville; Band; Drum Major; 
Bowling; NHS; Audio-Visual Asst.; Student 
Council; New Establishment; Stage Band; 
National Achievement Semifinalist. 
CHEYANNE DENISE HUNTER-Girl's Glee; 
ANNUAL agent; True Blue. 
TON! HURRLE-Vaudeville; Sponsor, Key 
Club; (vice-pres.); NHS; Varsity, Reserve, 
Freshman Cheerleader. 



ALFRED C. HURT 
AMANDA JACKSON 
DENISE M. JACKSON 
JOAN JACKSON 
BARBARA JAMES 



JOHN JELLIFFE-Key Club; Stage Crew; 
Naturalist Club; Student Council; Soccer. 
DONNA J. JENKINS 

DENNIS C. JOHNSON-(fresh.) Basketball; 
Career Sampling. 

FRANCES JOHNSON-Girl's Drill Team; 
Captain ROTC; Student Council. 
JOHNNIE R. JOHNSON 

LEO L. JOHNSON 
RUSSELL L. JOHNSON 
SARION JOHNSON 
CHERYL J. JONES 
DELORES JONES 



DENNIS JONES 
JAMES G. JONES 
JEANETTE S. JONES 
JOHNNIE R. JONES 
ROCHELLE JONES 



WILLIAM JONES-Bowling; (Var.) Baseball 
REGGIE JORDAN 

LYNN KINCAIDE-Senior Council; Junior 
Policy; A & B Orchestra; Girl's League; True 
Blue; Pep Club; Greer Sampling; NHS; Library 
Asst.; Student Council; Honor Studies 
Program; Homecoming Princess Cand.; Prom 
Queen; Office Asst.; Key Club Sponsor; 
Commencement Usher. 
ELSA KRAMER-Jr. Policy; Vaudeville Act 
Ch.; Vaudeville; ECHO page editor; New 
Establishment; Girls Glee; Choral Club; A 
Cappella; Madrigals; Great Books Club; Key 
Club Sponsor; Quill and Scroll; NHS; Student 
Council; Annual agent and staff. 
GREGORY K. LAURAY 

WILLIE F. LAWRENCE 
MARY E. LAWSON 
DIANNE LEACH 
MARK LEAVELL 
ISAAC W. LEE 





MICHELLE LEWIS 

JANE LINGEMAN-Vaudeville; A Cappella; 

German Club; Girl's League; Naturalist Club; 

True Blue; Fresh., Res. Cheerleader. 

TERRY B. LEE 

ANGELA M. LUDDINGTON 

LAWRENCE M. LUNSFORD 



DIANE M. LYERSON 
TIMOTHY MACKEY 
HENRY E. MADDOX 
MICHAEL MADISON 
DOUGLAS E. MAKURAT 




Plagued by a need for money for its 
scholarship funds, the National 
Honor Society rose to the occasion. 
SHS derbies, for wearing both to the 
City Tourney and the Sectionals, 
helped the Society raise money. A 
bake sale also helped to reinforce a 
sagging financial fund. 

But all was not work. The Society 
had fun in its social moments, with a 
pitch-in dinner in January and 
another feast in May. Initiation in 
December brought in many new 
scholars. 

Standing among the other honored seniors, 
Dennis Russell is very proud to be receiving 
his National Honor Society ribbon from Mr. 
Davis. 

National Honor Society: Back Row— Tina Garrett, Millicent Goodson, Spiro Bereveskos, Amanda Jackson, Edward Murrell, James Bowers, 
Timothy Mackey, Charles Huddleston, Tom Craig, Elbert Watts, Dennis Johnson. Row Four— Carol Hall, Janis Davis, Avis Banks, Brian 
Williams, Percy Norman. Row Three— Julia Hollway, Sheree Rawls, Mary Lawson, Carol Watson, Jaki Sanders, Jan Rowan, Dennis 
Johnson, Vincent Jo Davisson. Row Two— Debra Edwards, Karla Spinks, Lynn Kincaide, Wanda Demmings, Marilyn Watkins, Jeanne 
Gardner, Pamela Mosley, Miss Reiter, JuHe Helmer, Toni Hurrle. Front Row— Brad Martin, Suzanne Wells, Sandra Henderson, Patricia 
Mosley, Barbara Slatter, Beverly Ewing, Carmon Weaver, Debra White, Debra Sheldon, Lydia Holmes, Carol Grady, Barbara, Hanson, 
Betty Clark, Marc Clark, Derrick Burks. 




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1. Lynn Kincaide 

2. Nathan Thuma 

3. Marilyn Watkins 

4. Mary Branson 

5. Pamela Mosely 

6. Spiro Bereveskos 

7. Barbara Hansen 

8. Patricia Mosley 

9. Jacqueline Bell 
10. Suzanne Wells 

11. Kathryn Watson 

12. Karla Ward 

13. Julia Holloway 

14. Jeanne Gardner 

15. Elsa Kramer 

16. Robyn Nicholson 

17. Avis Banks 

18. Charles Huddleston 

19. Connie Coleman 

20. Tina Garrett 



8.000 


21. Jan Rowan 


7.938 


22. Felicia Hinnant 


7.932 


23. Thomas Craig 


7.778 


24. David Sabens 


7.759 


25. Lydia Holmes 


7.710 


26. Bonita Collins 


7.651 


27. Karla Spinks 


7.642 


28. Denise Jackson 


7.630 


29. Kathryn Harger 


7.419 


30. Debra Schneider 


7.390 


31. Sandra Henderson 


7.300 


32. Carol Grady 


7.387 


33. Wyona Stokely 


7.272 


34. Diane Lyerson 


7.262 


35. Vincent Davisson 


7.103 


36. Brabara Battisfa 


7.032 


37. Janis Davis 


7.000 


38. Marv Lawson 


6.952 


39. Dennis Johnson 


6.902 


40. James Bowers 



6.857 
6.846 
6.821 
6.600 
6.583 
6.561 
6.536 
6.535 
6.526 
6.483 
6.480 
6.469 
6.448 
6.441 
6.438 
6.414 
6.394 
6.380 
6,379 
6.379 



FRANCHESTON MALONE 

JANET D. MALONE 

ANDREA MANNING 

DENISE MANSON-Senior Council; 

Vaudeville; Career Sampling; Girl's Drill 

Team; Lt. ROTC; Student Council. 

THELMA MANUEL 



BRADLEY J. MARTIN-Senior Council; 

Vaudeville; A-Band; Orchesta; NHS; Student 

Council; "Who's Who in High School Music", 

Stage Band; New Establishment; Brass Choir; 

Band Sec; Music Dept. Asst. 

DIANE L. MARTIN 

JANET M. MARTIN 

THERESA MARTIN 

TONY LEE MASON-Band; Career Sampling. 



PHILLP MATTHEWS 
YVONNE T. MATTHEWS 
STANLEY MAY 
DEBORAH K. MCCASKEY 
ROSALYN MCCASKEY 



VIKKI MCCOY 
BRENDA MCGEE 
JAMES MENER 
DWIGHT MERRITT 
RONALD W. MILGATE 



DOMINIQUE MILLER 

KATHY A. MILLER-NHS; 1973 Bookkeeping 

Award. 

TERRI MOCABEE 

DESRALEI MOORE-Vaudeville Chairman; 

Vaudeville; Girl's Glee, Girl's League; True 

Blue; Spanish Club; Rollar Skating; Girl's 

Basketball; Bowling; Pep Club; Co-Chairman; 

Career Sampling; Treasurer; Student Council; 

Sec, Y-Teens; Office Asst.; Register's Asst. 

RODNEY MORSE 




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RUSSEL G. MOORE 

PAMELA R, MOSLEY-Jr. Policy; Band; NHS; 

Y-Teens; Science Asst. 

PATRICIA R. MOSELEY-Vaudevillo; 

Orchestra; Pep Club; NHS; Vice-pres.; Y- 

Teens; String Ensemble. 

CAROL E. MULLEN 

EDWARD J. MURRELL-Sr. Council; Jr. 

Policy; Vaudeville Act Chm.; Vaudeville; 

ECHO Sports Ed.; Varsity, Reserve Cross 

Country; Var. Track; Var. Golf; Pep Club; 

Footlights; Key Club; Letterman; NHS; 

Library Asst.; Thespians; ANNUAL Agent; 

Distributive Education. 

CLAYTON NICHOLS 

PERCY NORMAN-Chess Club; NHS; "Who's 

Who in High School. 

DENISE M. NORTHINGTON 

KANYA L. OLIVER-Fresh., Res., Var., 

Football; Fresh., Res., Var., Wrestling; Key 

Club; Letterman 

CAROL ]. OVERTON-Vaudeville Chm.; 

Vaudeville; Girl's League; True Blue; Spanish.,- 

Club; Bov^ling; Career Sampling; Student 

Council; Y-Teens; Rollar Skating; Modern 

Dance Class; Business Office Asst. 

LEON OVELTON-Track; Chess Club. 
KEVIN E. PAICELY 

JANNA L. PARKER-Girls Glee; Pom Pom 
Girl; Fresh. Track; Career Sampling; 
Footlights; Girl's Drill Team; Girl's League; 
Capt., ROTC; Student Council; True Blue; Y- 
Teens; Tres. & Sec. COE. 
VALERIE L. PARKER-Senior Council; 
Vaudeville Act Chm.; Vaudeville; News 
Bureau; Girl's Glee; A Cappella; Spanish 
Club; Pep Club; Career Sampling; Footlights; 
Corrs. Sec, Student Council; Pres., Y-Teens; 
Hypnosis Club; DECA; Thespians; All-School 
,Play; Chm., Student Day. 

JANICE PARR-Vaudeville; Girl's Glee; 

Orchestra; Pep Club; Career Sampling; 

Library Asst.; Red Cross; Y-Teens; 

Homecoming Coming Queen Nominee. 

MARY PARROTT 
GLORIA PAYTON 
YVONNE PAYTON 
LELA KAY PEDIGO 
WINFIELD A. PENN 



ANTHONY PEPPER 

SANDRA PERDUE 

DONNA PERKINS 

DWAINE P. PERRY 

SHARON PERVINE-Girl's League, True 

Blue; Great Books; Student Council; Y-Teens. 



FLORIS E. PETTY 
BARBARA PHINISEE 
CARLA POINDEXTER 
KATHY POLK 
BRENDA POLE 



GREGORY W. PORTER-Senior Council; 
Junior Policy; Var., Res., Fresh., Football; 
Var., Res., Fresh., Track; Var., Res., Fresh., 
Wrestling; Tres. Key Club; Letterman; Student 
Council; EGA. 
PAMELA L. POWE 

CAROL A. PRIM-ECHO Page Ed.; News 
Bureau; B & C Band; Bowling; Career 
Sampling; HRC; Vice-Pres., Student Council; 
Journalism; Merit Award; Ind. State Arts 
Commission Poetry Contest. 
CLYDE RAINEY 
JENNIFER A, RAMSEY 



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DEBORAH E. RAND 
JEANETTE E. RANDOLPH 
SHAREE R. RAWLS 
KARON REEVES 
DARYL L. RICE 



STERLIN RICE 

MATT H. RICHARDSON 

BRENDA M. ROBINSON-Girl's Glee;.P.E. 

Asst; Guidance Asst. 

SHARLA K. RODDY-Junior Policy; Junior 

Prom Com Ch.; News Bureau; Pom Pom Girl; 

Senior Float Ch.; Quill & Scroll; Publications 

Asst.; Speech Team. 

DAVID ROGERS 



KENNETH D. ROGERS 
RUSSELL ROURKE 

JAN ROWAN-Girl's League, Library Asst.; 
NHS; Spanish Club; True Blue; Y-Teens; 
WHO'S WHO IN HIGH SCHOOL; Semi- 
finalist Ind. State Scholarship. 
TODD RUMER-Senior Council; Fresh. 
Basketball; Key Club; Stage Crew; Student 
Council; 

GLEN RUSH-B Band; Var., Res., Fresh., 
Football; Var, Fresh.; Track; Var., Fresh., 
Wrestling; Vice-Pres., Letterman; ROTC. 

DENNIS RUSSELL 

DAVID SABENS-Soccer; Var., Golf; Var. 

Tennis; Key Club; Naturalist Club; NHS. 

EDWARD J. SANDERS 

JAKI L. SANDERS-Vice-Pres. Junior Class; 

Junior Prom Com Chm.; Girl's Glee; 

Vaudeville; Pom Pom Girls; Pep Club; Junior 

Float Chm.; NHS; Stud Council; Junior Class 

Homecoming Queen. 

ROSE M. SANDERS-Girl's Drill Team; Capt. 

ROTC; Student Council. 

GRETA E. SARGENT-ECHO Page Ed.; Pep 
Club; Student Council; True Blue; Y-Teens. 
RANDALL SARGENT 
DEBRA SCHNEIDER 
BERTHENA F. SCOTT 
DAVIE SCOTT-1973 Graduate 




Sophisticated seniors 



DEBORAH SHELTON 

LUDORIS SHEPPARD 

JUNE A. SIMMS 

SHARON SIMMS-Girl's Glee; ROTC. 

STEPHEN B. SINGLETEARY 



BARBARA SLATTER-Senior Council; Girl's 
Glee; Treas. A Cappella; True Blue; Girl's 
Track; Letterman; NHS; Library Asst.; 
Thespians: Y-Teens; Var., Res., Fres., 
Cheerleader; Phys. Ed. Asst. 
W. SCOTT SLAYMAKER-Res., Fresh., 
Basketball; Varsity Cross Country; Fresh. 
Football; Res. Track; Letterman. 
CHERYL SMILEY-August Graduate. 
BARRY SMITH 
CELESTE SMITH 




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CHARLES F. SMITH-Boy's Glee; Stage 

Crew. 

HELEN SMITH 

KEVIN F. SMITH 

LATHERIO L. SMITH-Vaudeville; Res., 

Fresh. Basketball; Var., Res., Fresh., Cross 

Country; Var., Res., Track; Key Club; 

Letterman; Student Council. 

MARY C. SMITH 



PAULA A. SMITH-Girls Glee; Vice-Pres., 

DECA. 

RONALD D. SMITH 

SUZAN SPINKS 

DEBRA L. SPURLING-Girl's Glee; Pom Pom 

Girl; Student Council; True Blue. 



BRENDA S. STALLION 

ALBERTA W. STEAVENS-Senior Council; 

Junior Policy; Vaudeville; ECHO staff; Girls' 

Glee; A Cappella; Pep Club; Career Sampling; 

Girl's League; Student Council; True Blue; 

Sec, Y-Teens; Stage Crew. 

DALE STERN 

PATRICIA A. STIGLER 

SANDRA STIGLER 



LEAH M. STILES-Senior Council; 

Vaudeville; Student Council; Homecoming 

Queen. 

WYNONA STOKLEY-Junior Policy;. 

Vaudeville; HRC. 

LELA M. STONE 

CARMELITA SUBLETT 

KEITH SUTTON 

JACQUELINE SWEATT-ECHO Columist; 

Girl's Glee; Bowling; Footlights; Girl's Drill 

team; Girl's League; Student Council; True 

Blue. 

LISA D. TALLEY 

DELBERT J. TANDY 

ARLENE L. TAYLOR 

CARLA Y. TAYLOR-Girl's Glee; Pep Club; 

Career Sampling; Girl's Drill Team; Red Cross 

Agent; Student Council; Y-Teens; WHO'S 

WHO IN HIGH SCHOOL. 



assert superiority 





ELIZABETH A. TAYLOR 

PAMELA TERRY 

JOSEPH THAXTON-Photography, 

Advertising Ed.; North Decatur yearbook; 

Var. Golf (North Decatur); Var., Res., 

Wrestling (North Decatur): FFA. 



ANITA M. THOMAS 
ANTHONY THOMPSON 
WILLARD THOMPSON 



NATHAN THUMA 
CYNTHIA D. THOMPKINS 
JUNIA TOWNSEND 
HOLLY C. TURNER 
NORMAN TURNER 

DELORIS R. TWITTY 

KRISTEN VAUBEL 

DZINTRA VEILANDS 

VICKY WALKER-August 73 graduate 

KARLA WARD 

VERNON V. WARD-A Band. 
MARILYN P. WATKINS-Vaudeville; 
Orchestra; I.U. Honors-France; German 
Club; Great Books, NHS; Treas., Naturalist 
Club; Student Council; National Merit 
Semifinalist; WHO'S WHO IN HIGH 
SCHOOL; Soccer Club 
CAROL WATSON-ANNUAL Layout Ed.; 
Girl's Glee; A Cappella; Career Sampling; 
NHS; Naturalist Club; Student Council 
KATHY WATSON-Junior Policy; 
Vaudeville; ANNUAL Underclass Ed.; Girl's 
Glee; Choral Club; A Cappella; New 
Establishment; Madrigals; Career Sampling; 
NHS; Naturalist Club; Quill and Scroll. 
ELBERT M. WATTS-ANNUAL, Photo. Ed.; 
Exercise in Knowledge, Mgr.; Great Books 
Club; Quill and Scroll; NHS; Student Council; 
Hypnosis Club; Soph Advisory Council; Lab. 
Asst.; Natl. Merit Commendation. 

CARMON J. WEAVER-Sec. Junior Class; 
Senior Council, German Club; NHS. 
CATHY J. WEBER-Vaudeville; ECHO Page 3 
Ed.; Soccer; International Exchange; Art Club; 
NHS; Naturalist Club; Student Council. 
MICHELLE WELLS 

SUZANNE E. WELLS-Vaudeville; ANNUAL, 
Editor-in-Chief; Girl's Basketball; Quill and 
Scroll; NHS; WHO'S WHO IN HIGH 
SCHOOL. 

DEBORAH WHITE-Senior Council; Girl's 
Glee; A&B Band; Key Club; NHS; Senior 
Princess '73. 

JO ANN WHITE 
LEANN WILD 

BRYAN WILLIAMS-Pres. Senior Class; 
Junior Policy; Res., Var. Baseball; Fresh., 
Basketball; Res., Var., Cross Country; Key 
Club; Letterman; NHS; Student Council. 
CINDY D. WILLIAMS 
PHYLLIS WILLIAMS 



VICKI M. WILLIAMS-Vaudeville Act, Ch.; 

Girl's League; True Blue; Pep Club; Chm., 

Float Comm.; Career Sampling; HRC; Student 

Council; Homecoming Comm. 

PAMELA WILSON 

SEARON D. WILSON 

GERTRUDE WOODRUFF 

STANLEY C. WOODS-Band; Orchestra: 



MARILYN YARBRO 

TERESA YATES-Junior Policy; Vaudeville; 
A&B Band; Stage Pit; Marching Band; 
Majorette; Spanish Club; Girl's Track; Girl's 
Volleyball; Pep Club; Career Sampling; Math 
Club; Letterman; Stage Crew; Student 
Council; Y-Teens; ANNUAL Agent; Junior 
Prom Cand.; Commencement Usher. 
FREDERICK YOUNG 
THOMAS WATKINS-Vaudeville; A&B 
Band; Res., Var. Cross Country; Fresh., Res., 
Var. Football; Fresh. Track; Fresh., Res., Var. 
Wrestling; Letterman; ROTC Drill Team; 
Campus Life. 




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Juniors swing into action with two years finished 



Juniors got off to a quick start this year, 
officers were elected and shortly after 
that class sponsor Miss McNei 
organized Junior Policy. Policy held 
dances, sold stationery, and solicited 
ads for the Junior Vaudeville Program. 
All of these activities were aimed at 
financing their two biggest projects of 
the year. Junior Vaudeville and the 
Prom. 

Robert Thompson, President, led the 
members of the class of "75" very 
effectively. Juniors did not stay within 
the boundaries of junior activities, 
however, for the bulk of Key Club, 
Student Council, Footlights and 
Human Relations was made up of 
Juniors. Many Juniors were interested 
in acting and when the Senior class 
failed to try out for the Senior Play 
many Juniors came to the rescue to 
help make up the majority of the cast. 



The face of Junior Karen Murphy hghts with 
interest and a smile during her lunch period in 
the cafeteria. 



Alycia Adams, Shelley Akers, 
Carolyn Allen, Ivin Allen, 
James Allen, Jay Alley, 
Bascum Alexander, Sharon 
Anderson, Leeta Anthony. 

Hillard Armour, Denise 
Avery, Slim Bailey, Ulysses 
Banks, Virgil Barnett, Pamela 
Batemon, Barbara Battista, 
India Bell, Katherine Bembry. 

James Benn, Quinn Bennett, 
Thomas Bennett, Larry 
Bentley, Bernita Berryhill, 
Patricia Blackmon, William 
Bland. Jean Bledsoe, Thomas 
Boker. 

Vickie Boyd, Sheila Bradford, 
Verinae Bradford, Barbara 
Branch, Toni Brenson, 
William Brenson, Deloris 
Brewer, Alene Brown, Celene 
Brown. 

Jacqueline Brown. Kenny 
Brown, Michele Brown, Thea 
Brown, Carmen Bruce, 
Rogina Bunnin, David Burke, 
Dewayne Burke, Michael 
Burke. 




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Sheila Burns, Greta Byrd, 
Tammy Caldwell, Alice 
Calhoun, Sheila Cannon, 
Susan Capes, Joye Carter, 
Howard Chan, Keith 
Chambers. 

Robin Chandler, Sue Clardy, 
Jeri Clark, Tina Cobb, Mark 
Cole, Connie Coleman, Mary 
Coleman, Sindy Coleman, 
Bonita Collins. 



Deidre Collins, Harold 
Conway, Gerry Corcoron, 
Elliot Cowheard, David 
Covden, Lelia Cowherd, 
Diana Cox, Thomas 
Crossland. Cheryl Curry. 

Deborah Daniels, Keith 
Davis, Damon Dearman, 
Linda Dickerson, Denise 
Dirroh, Clifton Dollison. 
Juliet Dorris, Mona Donovan, 
Kim Dorsey. 

Jeaneen Douglass, Larry 
Dudley, Delores Duncan, 
Chilly Ealy, Terry Edmonds, 
John Eldridge, Rose Engler, 
Brenda Ervin, Carol Ervin. 

Robert Evans, Rodney Evans, 
Velinda Ferguson, Joyce 
Fields, Kenneth Fields, 
Gennifer Finnell, Christopher 
Flint, Katherine Ford, Pam 
Fresh. 

Selina France, Darrell 
Franklin, David Franklin, 
Kelvin Frazier, Liz French, 
Vincent French, Ramona 
Gaddie, Malinda Gaines, 
James Gallagher. 



junior Poiicy; Back row-Miss Susan McNeil (sponsor), Thomas Williams, Ernest Jarrett, Danny Reed, 
David Huxhold, Elsa Kramer, Lucia Spears, Winona Stockley, Gogi Napier, Thea Brown, Velinda 
Ferguson, Carl Rice, Theresa Yates, Kevan Melton, Jeanine murrell. Sue Clardy, Debra Henson, Selina 
France, James Allen, Jean Bledsoe. Kneeling-James Benn, Veronica Lewis, Theresa McFarland, Tyler 
Jones, Celeste Smith, Theresa Hazelwood, Keith Lasher, Joye Carter, Mary Coleman, Jeffery Jones, 
Eric saperstein, Bonita Collins. 



junior Officers: Back row— Alycia Adams, 
Treasurer; Kathy Johnson, Secretary: Miss 
Susi^n McNeil, Sponsor: Diana Lyerson, 
Vaudeville Chairman: Thomas Parker, 
Program Editor. Front row- Gail Smith, Vice- 
President: Robert Thompson, President. 



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tially hidden behind him, in an effort to kick the ball to Brian Hawkins. partment, as do many Juniors in the various other offices. 



Laurie Gardner, Judy Garrett, 
Lamont Gilbert, Stanley 
Gilbert, Donald Golder, 
Danny Gore, James Grant, 
Gloria Graves, Peter Gray. 

Ronald Gray, Barbara Green, 
Charles Green, Lois Green, 
Gerald Greenwade, Valerie 
Hale, Kim Hardiman, James 
Harper, Jennifer Harper. 



Angela Harrington, Brian 
Hawkins, Theresa 
Hazelwood, Reba Hayes, 
Elenora Heard, Rubi 
Henderson, Debra Henson, 
Garland Henson, David 
Hochestedler. 

Mitchell Hockett, Michael 
Hoke, Robert Howard, David 
Howell, Rodney Howell, 
Avery Hudson, Cheryl Hunt, 
Teresa Hunt, David Huxhold. 

Larry Ingram, Sylvester 
Ingram, Rodney Jackson, 
Ernest Jarrett, Robbin 
Jefferson, Vivian Joyner, 
Dennis Johnson, Kathy 
Johnson, Scott Johnson. 

Craword Jones, D.L. Jones, 
Jeffery Jones, Michelle Jones, 
Phillip Jones, Rick Jones, 
Renee Jones, Rhonda Jones, 
Tyler Jones. 

Don Keller, Richard 
Kendrick, Soloman Kennedy, 
Wayne Larry, Keith Lasher, 
Larry Lael, Sharon Lauray, 
Willie Lawrence, Patricia 
Leach. 



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Veronic;i Lewis, Byron 
Lipkins, Molvin Lipscomb, 
Linda Long, Raynard Love, 
Andrea Manning, Thelma 
Manuel, Karen Markland, Ira 
Marsh. 

Charles Martin, Rodney 
Martin, Lynn Mathis, 
Anthoney Matthews, Kathy 
McClendon, Karla McClury, 
Linda McFarland, Teresa 
McFarland, Marion 
McGrone. 

Kevan Melton, Cheryl 
Meyers, Ted Meyers, Bill 
Miller, Charles Miller, Dawn 
Miller, Kevin Miller, Juana 
Minor, Michael Mitchell. 

Toni Montgomery, Debra 
Moore, Doris Moore, Toni 
Moore, Michael Morris, 
Jefferey Morse, George 
Mosley, Willie Moses, Karen 
Murphy. 

Jeannine Murrell, Barbara 
Myricks, Gogi Napier, Blenda 
Nolcox, Rodger Northington, 
Cassandra Dates, Darrell 
Odom, Nick Owens, Willard 
Owens. 



Juniors use free time for play and office help 





Juniors are full speed ahead this year in determination and skill, as Sylvester Rowe illustrates- 
facing a basketball opponent ... or represented in the concentration of study by Liz French. 



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Faughn Paicely, Valerie 
Paicely, Sidney Parker, 
Thomas Parker, Denise 
Peacock, Dan Pell, Marva 
Pepper, Yvonne Perry, Susan 
Peters. 

Linda Peterson, Warren 
Petty, John Phelps, Linda 
Pierson, Benton Polin, )ames 
Poston, Larry Phinisee, Clyde 
Rainey, Edward Ramsey. 

Michael Randolph, Vivian 
Randolph, Craig Ratcliff, 
Deborah Reed, Peter Reed, 
Rita Rent, Darrell Reeves, 
Carl Rice, David Rice. 



Sylvia Rice, Daryl 
Richardson, Martha Ringel, 
Lois Rivers, Rita Roberts, 
Oscar Roddy, Diane Rogers, 
Patricia Rogers, Sherrlyn 
Rolle. 

Debbie Rooks, Buddy Ross, 
Sylvester Rowe, Timothy 
Rush, Mikki Russel, Robert 
Russell, Sharon Sanders, 
Michael Schnitzmeyer, Linda 
seals. 

Jeannie Sharp, Kelly Shea, 
Jon Shepherd, Helen 
Shoffner, Jerry Siegel, Byron 
Simmons, Tim Smeehuyzen, 
Cathy Smith, Gail Smith. 

Squirl Smith, Stan Smith, 
Teresa Smith, Beverly Snow, 
Pam Snow, Laurie 
Soltermann, Lucia Spears, 
Portia Spencer, Carolyn 
Stanfill. 




Juniors: involved, interested, and open-minded 



Juniors Gail Smith, Mary Branson, Ka 
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A/)ove— Rita Rent brciiks inio gi{J}^li>s diirinf^ one (il lh(> 
liijhici' mdmcnis nf class. 



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the difl'enmt formations of the band. 



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Michael Starks, Lynnecha 
StevfMison, Laconia Stewart, 
Sandra Stiglor. Wynona Sto- 
kely, Mike Stovall, Thomas 
Stropnicky, Joann Suggs, 
Leon SulHvan. 

Peggy Sullivan, Kevin Sutter, 
Cheryl Talley, Jeffery Tandy, 
Robert Tanner, Herschel 
Taylor, Michael Taylor, Rita 
Taylor, Vetria Taylor. 



Carolyn Teague, Brian 
Thomas, Thero Thomas, 
Robert Thompson, Pat 
Townsend, Ronald Tooley, 
Doris Trice, Tanya Trotter, 
Arthur Tucker. 

Teresa Turner, Dennis Wag- 
ner, Sharon Walker, Terry 
Wallace, John Walson, 
Brenda Walton, Mia-Lon 
Walton. Sarah Walton, Karla 
Ward. 

[ackie Ware, Brenda Wash- 
ington, Adrian White, David 
White, John White, Byron 
Whitfield, Henry Whitted, 
Steve Wiggins, Ronnie 
Wiggins. 

Donna Wilburn, Arthur Wil- 
liams, Delen Williams, Den- 
nis Williams, Emma Wil- 
liams, Kerry Williams, Paul 
Williams, Steven Williams, 
Svven Williams. 

Thomas Williams, Chrito- 
pher Willis, Yolanda Yates, 
Diane Wilson, Kandi Wilson, 
Kim Wilson, Larry Wilson, 
Searor Wilson, Wayne 
Wilson. 

Michelle Winfrey, Anthony 
Winston, James Wiseman, 
Roger Woodson, Paul 
Yaebrough, Teresa Yates, 
Dana Yowell. 



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Sophomores have very productive, busy year 



The sophomore class was very ac- 
tive this year under the Hvely lead- 
ership of Mrs. Jacqueline Green- 
wood. The sophomore float, built at 
the home of Cindy Swanson, won 
first prize at the homecoming game 
It carried a blue devil and the slo 
gan, "Blast the Rockets to Hell." Jen 
nifer Taylor was crowned home 
coming princess. In the fall, thi 
sophomore council sponsored t 
coke party to welcome the freshmer 
to Shortridge. The class of "76 wore 
blue & white to show school spirit. 
The sophomores also gave an after- 
school dance which was open to the 
whole school. The money from the 
dance went to the sophomore clas5 
treasury. Canned goods were col 
lected by the sophomores for Opera 
tion Breadbasket. A tree and the bul- 
letin boards were decorated for 
Christmas by the sophomores. 



Sherry Adams, Lorraine Al- 
len, Norman Allen, Valerie 
Allerder, Debra Alexander, 
Patricia Alexander, Shawn 
Allison, Derek Anderson, De- 
rek Anderson. 

Rae Anderson, Kim Anthony, 
Ricki Armstrong, Yvonne 
Armstrong, Fostona Bacon, 
Jacqueline Bacon, Angela 
Bailey, Anthony Bailey, La- 
nita Bailey. 

Evelyn Barnett, Kathy Raven, 
Carnice Bell, Wanda Bennett, 
Patricia Benning, Denise 
Berry, Blester Berryhill, Cy- 
netha Beverly, Tony Bibbs. 

Georgia Bigbee, Belinda Bing- 
ham, Kathy Black, Elaine 
Bland, Karen Bledsoe, Cy- 
nthia Boatright, Ben Bonner, 
Thomas Booker, Lisa 
Bradley. 

Sheila Bray, Leslie Bridge- 
water, Marquerite Brown, 
Mitchell Brown, Tammye 
Brown, Wilbert Buckner, 
Cindy Buswell, Judie Buxton, 
Audrene Byrd. 

Darrell Byrd, Dwight Byrd- 
son, larry Callier, Karen 
Campbell, Paul Cannon, 
Donald Carroll, Donna Car- 
oil, Janet Carter, Leanne 
Cavanaugh. 

David Chapman, Alfred 
Chardson, Mike Cherry, 
Sherman Child s, Danny 
Clark, Rosalind, Clayton, 
Freddie demons, Jennifer 




Sophomore Councii. Bock Row— Karen Bledsoe, Gloria Myers, Linda Rent, Janet Carter, Kay Deoow, 
Wendall Hall, James DeFrantz, Ladonna Puckett, Debra Dudley, Terry Waters, Mrs. Greenwood, 
Charles Singleteary, Nancy Hernly, Jeanine Harold, Debbie Cougan, Kenneth Moore. Front Row— De- 
rek Anderson, Fostena Bacon, Michelle McClure, Paula Mcintosh, Lanita Sanders, Ricky Howell, Jen- 
nifer Taylor, Susan Dove, Becky Gordan, Lean Hickerson. 



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Lonnie Cole, Liiwrnncc Cole- 
man, Randy Coleman, Mar- 
cus Coles, Regina Cooley, 
Debbie Cougan, Michael 
Crawford, Karen Crossland, 
Dftnald Crumplim. 

Faye Davenport, Lynn Davis, 
Michele Davis, Pete Davis- 
son, Kayanne Debow, James 
DeFrantz, James Dick(>rson, 
Lywanna Dodd, Virgie Dodd. 

Suzy Dove, William Driver, 
Tricia Duckworth, Debra 
Dudley, Andri Dunford, 
Danny Dunlap, Kimberly 
Dycus, Bernice Easley, 
Rhonda Edmonds. 

Angle Edwards, Vanjean Ed- 
wards, Carlette Elliott, Don- 
nie Ellis, Ronnie Ellis, Sandra 
Ellis, Harry Ennis, Sandra 
Ervin, Cornelia Evans. 



Mary Evans, Rodney Ewmg, 
Thelma Farley, Diane Fence- 
roy, Denise Fields, Anne Fine, 
Gary Fisher, Sherrye Flippen, 
Cynthia Foreman 





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Commencement. 



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than gl(!eful. 



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Kenneth Caldwell, Charles 
Elliott, Georgette Fraction, 
Adrian Franklin, Kevin 
Fuqua, Ricky Caddis, Alta 
Garcia, Bradley Garing, Ra- 
quel Garvin. 

David Gibson, Michelle 
Glynn, Grant Goodrich, 
Dwight Goodson, Becky Gor- 
don, Teresa Goul, Ingrid 
Grant, Marsha Gray, Tommy 
Gray. 

Ronald Green, Marcellus 
Greene, Anthony Gregory, 
Raymond Gregory, Rayford 
Griffin, Theresa Hall, Wen- 
dell Hall, Wayne Hamilton, 
Christopher Hampton. 

Moses Haralson, Kenneth 
Harper, Vincent Harrington, 
Bertha Harris, Kevin Harris, 
Michael Harris, Betsey 
Hatchel, Fred Hauck, Kirk 
Hawkins. 

Darla Hayes, Steven Hayes, 
Wiley Hayes, Willis Hayes, 
Richard Heard, Sarah Hel- 
mer, Kathy Henderson, David 
Hensen, Nancy Hernley. 

Cathy Herod, Jeanine Herold, 
Leah Hickerson, Dwight Hill, 
Melvina Hill, Karen Holland, 
Sherry Holland, Dana How- 
ard, Malcom Howard. 



Randy Howell, Ricky Howell, 
Kim Hubbard, Belinda In- 
gram, Rhonda Ingram, Ce- 
leste Jackson, Lloyd James, 
Arlene Jeffers, James 
Jefferson. 

Gregory Jenkins, Mark John- 
son, Priscilla Johnson, Se- 
mena Johnson, Rita Johnson, 
Willie Johnson, Doris Jones, 
Helen Jones, Karen Jones. 





Ronald Jones, Sandra Jones, 
Talbert Jones, Theresa Joyce, 
Kathleen Kennedy, Bryan 
Kennie, Milton Keys, Kristy 
Kirch, Tricia Kirchoffer. 



Theresa Lake, Sherri Land- 
rum, David Lawson, David 
Lee, Gary Lee, Patricia Lee, 
Greg Leigh, Arnold Lewis, 
Mary Lewis. 

Kim Lindsey, Terry Lisenby, 
Vicky Locke, Terri Lyons, 
Richard Mahaley, Shermon 
Malone, Diane Martin, Pierre 
Martin, Kyle Mason. 

Johnny Mathis, Abel Mayes, 
Victor McCarley, Alice 
McClendon, Anthony Mc- 
Clendon, Bill McClure, Mich- 
elle McClure, Anthony 
McClury, Eric McFarland. 



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Gregory McGhee, Paula 
Mcintosh, Shirley McQueen, 
Rodney Merriweather, An- 
thony Middleton, Anthony 
Miller, Wilma Miller, Sandra 
Mitchell, Donna Moore. 

Kenneth Moore, Rhonda 
Moore, Vickie Moore, Helen 
Monroe, David Morris, Greg- 
ory Morse, Tommy Mundy, 
Chris Murphy, Matthew 
Murphy. 

Gloria Myers, Francis Nance, 
Shelly Napier, Karen New- 
burg, Eric Nichols, Patricia 
Nicholas, Arlene Oakley, 
Robert Oliver, Kelley 
Osgood. 

Linda Overton, Terri Paicely, 
Carolyn Parker, Phillip Pat- 
terson, Reginald Patterson, 
Nathaniel Patton, Sheila Pat- 
ton, John Peacock, Carol Pell. 



Denise Pettigrew, Jay Phelps, 
Patrice Phelps, Terri Pearson, 
Alfreda Polin, Jesse Pounds, 
LaDonna Puckett, Ronella 
Radford, Mary Ratcliff. 

Carol Ray, Robert Reed, Da- 
ryel Reedus, Linda Rent, Carl 
Richardson, Greg Roach, 
Connie Roberts, Linda Rob- 
erts, Edward Robinson. 

Sharon Robinson, Nancy 
Rodeheffer, Dolores Roddy, 
Clarence Rogers, Eddie Ross, 
Richard Rourke. Paul Rumer, 
Jimmie Russell, Lewis Ryker. 



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Charles Singleteary, Kathy 
Singleton, Sherea Skipper, 
Janet Slaughter, Byron Smith, 
Craig Smith, Cathy Smith, 
Frank Smith, Juhe Smith. 

John Smith, Kurt Smith, Terri 
Smith, Elizabeth Snorton, 
Mary Snow, Mary Spalding, 
Sharon Spearman, Cynthia 
Spencer, Laura Spinks. 

Tim Stern, Jean Stocks, An- 
thony Strickling, Verlon 
Sturdivant, Derrick Sum- 
mers, Trena Sullivan, Dennis 
Swanigan, Dcnise Swanigan, 
Cindy Swanson. 

Jennifiir Taylor, Kenneth 
Taylor, Michael Taylor, Alice 
Terry, Paul Taylor, Vaughn 
Terry, Anthony Terry, Mich- 
elle Thomas, David Thuma. 




Sophomores CAPITALIZE on second year 




Dennis Thumin, Cheryl Trice, 
David Tucker, Julie Turman, 
Milce Turman, Kathy Turner. 



Kim Turner, Marion Turmer, 
Daren Vaden, Karin Vaubel, 
Dennis Vaughn, Charles 
Wallen. 



Nya Walls, Odell Ward, Glo- 
ria Watkins, Robert Weber, 
Darrell Wells, Diane Wells. 



Denise Wethington, Rose 
Wheat, Benjamin White, 
Carol White, Eric White, 
Melvin White. 



Angle Wickers, George Wild, 
Arnie Williams, Eliza Wil- 
liams, Lenore Williams, Len- 
nctte Williams. 



Debra Wilson, Patricia Wil- 
son, Fred Wilson, Roselyn 
Wilson, Charles Wimbleduff, 
Larry Wooden. 



Jacqueline Woods, Rita 
Woods, Carmen Yarbro, 
Detra Zimmerman. 



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Freshmen are fast-moving, well-organized class 



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Freshmen Council: Standing— Denise Grady, Donna Collins, Marvin Ward, ]acq 
ler, Linda McClure, Sheryl Honiston, Ivan Caudle, Mrs. Azilee Kincade. Sitting 
Vaughn, Robert Jones, Everett Shockley, Kerry Binghaman, Darlene Edwards 
Sherrie Reeves, Diane Triplett. 



ue Durham, Debra But- 
Tanya Stuwart, Anna 



Once again the freshmen tackled the 
required courses: P.E. and Orienta- 
tion. Forging ahead of previous 
freshman classes, they took biology, 
world history, and geometry. Admit- 
ting freshmen to previously upper- 
class courses allov^ed them to take 
more advanced study throughout 
high school. 

This well-organized and fast-mov- 
ing freshman class participated in 
most school sports and activities. 
Supporting roles in all the school 
plays, varsity athletics, clubs and 
other groups all had active freshman 
participants. Shortridge can expect 



Mrs. Dorcus Cravens, a lot from the new frosh. 















Deborah Abernathy, Jo An- 
tionette Adams, Roger 
Adams, Delbert Akers, Gene 
Allen, Louis Allen, Melvin 
Allen, Rochelle Aleender, 
Blake Alexander. 

Sherry Alexander, Greg An- 
derson, Karen Anderson, Ke- 
vin Anderson, Tommie An- 
derson, Vera Austin, Betty 
Avery, Alfreda Bailey, Den- 
nis Bailey. 

Willie Bailey, Annette Baker, 
Ethel Baker, Fern Balingit, 
Stephanie Ballance, Carlos 
Banks, Maxwell Banks, Greg- 
ory Batemon, Carolyn 
Beason. 

Danny Beck, Loretta Beeler, 
Wendy Beidelman, Dennis 
Bennett, Rose Bennett, 
Sandra Benson, Keith 
Benton, George Berry, Jenni- 
fer Berryhill. 

David Beuke, Pamela Bibbs, 
Kerry Bingham, Tony Bird- 
song, Yerlindu Blackmon, 
Percy Bland, Sharon Blan- 
kenbaker, Dione Bledsoe, 
Tammye Bonner. 

Jerry Bonner, Kevin Booker, 
Beth Bottos, Kevon Boyd, Cy- 
nthia Bradley, Janet Brasher, 
Scott Breiner, Denise Brooks, 
Clifford Brown. 



Darcia Brown, Dwight 
Brown, Linda Brown, 
Stephen Brown, Aurelia 
Bruce, Kevin Bullock, Lynette 
Burnam, Charlottle Burton, 
Debra Butler. 

Cynthia Caldwell, Terry Cal- 
dwell, Paul Caprey, Danny 
Carney, Terri Carter. Mark 
Catman, Anthony Carter, 
Ivan Caudle, Karen Chamb. 



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Torri Cade, Andy Cobb, An- 
nette Clayton, David Clark, 
Donald Clark, Donna Clark, 
Angela Colby, Marcy Cole, 
Michael Coleman. 



Donna Collins, Kent Collins, 
Mikki Collins, Stacy Cox, 
Pam Crawford, Kevin Crean, 
Vitta Cross, Kerry Crossland, 
Billy Crowdus. 

Jo Ann Crumpton, Earnest 
Cunningham, Alan Daven- 
port, Brian Davis, Cheryl 
Davis, Marion Davis, Brenda 
Dawson, Carlene Dillard, 
Shellye Dinkins, 

Taria Dodson, Gordon Dove, 
Charles Drain, Bryon Drake, 
Wanda Draughon, Jerry Dun- 
ford, Myra Dunlap, Jacque 
Durham, Steven Durham. 




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Anthony Easley, Debra 
Easley, Jean Eaves, Darlene 
Edwards, Joellen Eldridge, 
Shirley Elliot, Rita Epps, 
Charles Evans, Tyrone 
Evans. 

Curtis Ezell. Ricky Fields, 
Robert Fields, Tony Fields, 
David Finnell, Twistie Fisher, 
Donna Fleming, India Flem- 
monds, Kevin Flemmonds. 

Amanda Fletcher, Gary 
Flowers, Teresa Ford, Greg- 
ory Frierson, Anna Fugua, 
Frederick Caddis, Dywayne 
Gaines, Patsy Gaines, Jeffrey 
Garrett. 

Laurie Garrett, Sherri Gar- 
rett, Leonard Gilbert, Tony 
Gilbert, Wanda Gillespie, 
Aguilla Glynn, Greg Good- 
rich, Susan Gordon, Marsha 
Gowens. 

Denise Grady, Gerald Gray, 
Tina Gray, Lilliane Green, 
Gerald Grey, Robbin Griffin, 
Christopher Gruver, Mark 
Hale, Pam Hall. 

Gary Hamiter, Jonas Ham- 
pton, Anthony Harmon, 
Terry Haiper, Brian Harris, 
David Hauck, Alfred Hayes, 
Marguerite Hazelwood, Ke- 
vin Henderson. 

Debbie Hester, David Hicker- 
son, Glenda Hillman, John 
Hinant, Frank Hines, Sharon 
Honiston, Sherryl Honiston, 
Deborah House, Mary 
Howard. 

Ricky Howard, Joe Huffman, 
Margaret Hughes, Ruth Hunt, 
Danny Jackson, Doris Jack- 
son, Rhonda Jeanking, Norma 
Jeffers, Linda Jefferson. 



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Darlene Jewell, James John- 
son, Johnny Johnson, Robine 
Johnson. 



Candy Jones, Cheryl Jones, 
Donita Jones, Dorothy Jones. 



Gregory Jones, Malcolm 
Jones, Natasha Jones, Robert 
Jones. 



Rodney J(mes, Sandra Jones, 
Scott Jones, Sabrina Julius. 



Jacquelyn Keeylen, Arnold 
Keith, Linda Kenny, Shirley 
Keys. 



David King, Pamela Knox, 
Paul Knox, Delia Lacey. 



Joan Lafollette, Valerie Larry, 
Lisa Lavin, Kenneth Lee. 



Lecia Lee, Veron Lee, Re- 
becca LeeForge, Danny Lef- 
lore, Shellie Lewis, Valerie 
Locke, Beverly Luddinglon. 
Theresa Luke, Wayne 
Maddox. 

Wesley Maddox, Verdonna 
Malone, Glenda Manson, 
Clyde Manuel. Lorene Man- 
uel, Gary Markland, Judy 
Marrs, Tony Martin. Duke 
Matthews. 

Lisa Maxieson, David Mayes, 
Laura Mayfield, Elizabeth 
Mays, Linda McClure, Diane 
McKune, Robert McNeaf, Jef- 
frey McSwine. Greg Meyers. 



Arthur Miles, Karen Milgate, 
Lisa Miller, Tiawana Miller, 
Anita Minor, Mary Mixon, 
Lowayne Montgomery, David 
Moore, David Moore. 



Sherrae Moore, Duane Moo- 
rer, Susan Moran, Vickie 
Morris, Peter Moss, Emerson 
Murphy, Kevin Murphy, 
Wayne Murry, Wyena Murry, 








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Brenda Nance, Deborah Nel- 
son, Margo Nelson, Larren 
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Elvira Nolcox, Scott Norris, 
Brett Northington, Brice 
Owens. 



Teresa Ovelton, Doug Paris, 
Bertha Parker, Curvin Parker. 



Patricia Parker, Anthony Pat- 
terson, Warren Patterson, 
Ivery Peacock. 



Velda Person, Bridgett Peter- 
son, Linda Peterson, Pierre 
Peterson. 



Sadie Peterson, Michelle 
Phillips, Clinton Polk, Anita 
Pope. 



Laura Poterfield, Frank Pow- 
ell, Faith Pounds, Linda 
Powell. 



Brenda Pervine, Debbie Per- 
vine, Michele Pryor, Charles 
Quarles. 





Taking a break from his Introduction to Industry Class, Williaii 
Crowdus finds a good place to settle down and read. 



Carron Radford, Wayne 
Rainey, Donnisha Ransom, 
Henry Ratcliffe, Sherrie 
Reeves, Dorothy Reives, 
Willie Reybold, Brent Rey- 
nolds, Brenda Reynoods. 

Rita Rice, Clayton Richard- 
son, Martha Richardson, 
Margie Ringel, Vanessa Rob- 
erson, Tom Roberts, Antoi- 
nette Robinson, Estalita Rod- 
gers, Fredrick Rose. 

Oscar Roddy, Yvonne Ross, 
Helen Russell, Michael Sal- 
lee, Pamelia Sales, Angela 
Sayles, Gary Sanders, 
Charles Scanlon, Edgar 
Scott. 

Kelvin Scruggs. Susan Shaw, 
Jeanette Shepherd, Tina 
Shirley, Everette Shockley, 
Jeff Shoffery, Tony Sides, 
Catherine Simmons, Donenea 
Simmons. 








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Gail Ware, Julia Ware, Krysfi 
Wagener, Marcelene Wash- 
ington, Annette Washum, 
Annie Watkins, Carolyn 
Watkins, Sylvia Watkins, 
Darrell Watts. 

Kevin Welch, Rodney Wells, 
Freddie Wharton, Donald 
White, Glenda White, Mi- 
chael White, Dawn Wickers, 
Betty Williams, Brenda 
Williams. 

Katy Williams, Martha Wil- 
liams, Roy Williams, Sirena 
Willis, Christopher Wilson, 
Mirian Wilson, Delmonda 
Wimbleduff, Thomas Wood, 
Lola Woodruff. 

Marvin Woods, Cheryl 
Woods, Allen Wooldridge, 
Tony Woolridge, Angela 
Young, Henry Young, Susan 
Zike, Albert Musgrove. 




Ernest Simpson, Denise 
Simms, Rosie Singleton, 
Georgetta Skipper, Anita 
Slatter, Scott Soltermann, 
Angela Smith, Johnnie Smith. 



June Smith, Karen Smith, Ke- 
vin Smith, Kim Rena Smith, 
Peggy Smith, Reggie Smith, 
Torre Smith, Vanessa Smith. 



ElizabiHh Ann Smitha, 
Brenda Stanback, Cynthia 
Staton, Lisa Stegall, Toni Ste- 
vens, Daniel Stewart, Danny 
Stewart, Bennie Stigl(\ 



Fred Stokes, Julie Stone, 
Betty Stovall, Becky Strick- 
land, Eric Strickland, Billy 
Strickling, Tanya Stuwart, 
Danny Sullivan. 



Elizab(Mh Sullivan, Mic:helle 
Summers, Howard Swani- 
gan, Kaliota Swift, Sidney 
Tate, Glenn Taylor, Elbert 
Taylor, Monisa Taylor. 

Brenda Terell, Ulysses Terry, 
Valencia Tewell, Julius 
Thompson, Peter Thompson. 
Charles Tinsley, Jeff Tipton, 
Steve Tobey. 

Betty Townsel, Rebecca 
Townsend, Dean Trimpe, 
Diane Triplet, Jill Turman, 
Michelle Turner, Roderick 
Turner, Wendy Tymes. 



Mildred Tyler, Anna Vaughn, 
Inese Veilands, Marilyn 
Wadlington, Patricia Walker, 
Alyce Ward, Cheryl Ward, 
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as the owner's daughters, Susan and Sharon Blankenbaker, have for 
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plays a little "soul." 

Fashion is the topic in this Distributive! 
Education conversation as Dana Harvey. Carolyn 
Hall, and Sandra Hendcirson share a laugh. 




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joke or two during one of the many Senior 
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INDEX 



A 



Adams, Alycia 45, 125 

Adams, Joe 86 

Akard, Luke 74 

Alexander, Patricia 89 

Allen, Anthony 24, 35, 52, 61, 71 

Allen, James 125 

Allen, Lorraine 55 

Allen Norman 45 

Allen, Reggie 61, 78 

Alley, Jay 22 

Allison, Shawn 61 

Anderson, Derek 78, 130 

Anderson, Dercck 25, 78 

Andrews, Curtis 61 

Anthony, Leeta 34 

Atkins, Ronald 61, 109 

Avery, Dennis 61, 78, 83 




Bacon, Fostina 130 

BAKER, JOHN 17 

Baker, Ray 73, 78 

Ballance, Mark 48 

Banks, Allen 61, 83 

Banks, Avis 25, 46, 109, 117 

Bailey, Alfreda 45 

Bailey, Geneva 55, 91 

Bailey, Lenita 55 

Barnett, Abel '. 86 

Bass, Michael 52, 54, 55 

Batemon, Greg 80 

Battista, Barbara 117 

Beck, Dan 75, 77 

Beck, Thomas 74 

Beidleman, Wendy 48 

Bell, Carnice 49 

Bell, Gary 35 

Bell, Jackie 38 

Bell, Pam 55 

Benn, James 49, 58, 65, 125 

Bereveskos, Spiro 56, 57, 61, 117 

Berry hill, Darlone 95 

Beverly, Cynetha 55 

Bies, Anna 35 

Bingham, Belinda 48, 49 

Binghaman, Kerry 135 

Bland, Edna 48 

Blandina, Sam 78 

Blankenbaker, Sharon 92 



Blankenbaker, Susan. ..40, 46, 48, 93, 109 

Bledsoe, Jean 61, 95, 125 

Bledsoe, Karen 130 

BOARMAN, RICHARD 78 

Boatright, Cynthia 48 

Bolander, Bruce 44, 61, 77 

Boler, Cecelia 49, 50, 51, 59 

Boler, Maurice 95, 109 

Bottos, Beth 44 

Bowers, James 61, 73, 78, 117 

Bradley, Kevin 35 

BRANHAM, BRENDA 35 

Branson, Mary 39, 42, 44, 45, 51, 151 

Brenson, Toni 55 

Brenson, William 52 

Brown, Clifford 52 

Brown, Rowena 109, 35 

Brown, Steve 52 

Brown, Tammye 131, 48 

Brown, Thea 39, 59, 125 

Buckner, Wilbert 46 

Bullock, Kevin 80 

BURDICK, LARRY 74 

Burke, Virgil 71 

Burks, Darrell 46, 73, 86 

Burks, Derrick 46, 72, 73, 117 

Burks, Terry 109 

Burris, Wayne 72, 73 

Bush, Charles 48 

Butler, Debra 135 



c 



Cain, Karl 39, 40, 44, 61, 78, 82, 83, 109 

Caldwell, Terry 55 

Cantrell, Felicia 49 

Carey, Paul 80 

Carney, Cynthia 55 

Carney, Danny 46 

Carter, Janet 130, 48, 49 

Carter, Joye 41, 45, 58, 59, 65, 125 

Caudle, Ivan 135 

Chambers, Karen 55 

Chandler, Dorothy 55 

Cheung, Jerry 61, 70, 76 

Childs, Sherman 49, 78 

Christman, Charles 61 

Clardy, Sue 49, 58, 59, 66, 88, 125 

Clark, Betty 109. 117 

Clark, Donald 48 

Clark, Donna 55 

Clark, Marc 57, 61, 109, 117 

Clark, Tim 86 

Cobb, Al 71 



Cobb, Andy 27 

Cobb, Marva 93, 109 

COCHRAN, RICHARD 77 

COHEN, RICHARD 42 

Coleman. Mary 58, 59, 88, 125 

Collins, Bonita 125 

Collins, Donna 135 

Conway, Harold 86 

COOPER, JOAN 13 

Couden, Dave 78 

Cougan, Debbie 44, 95, 130 

COULON, BURNEL 25 

Craig, Tom 44, 117 

CRAVENS, DORCUS 135 

Crean, Kevin 58, 77, 80 

Croadus, William 138 

Crossland, Karen 41, 77, 95, 142 

Crossland, Kathy 77, 113 

Crossland, Kerry 52, 77 

Crossland, Tom 52, 61 

Crowe, Greg 91 

Crowley, Cassandra 55 

Crumpton, Donald 26 



D 

Daniel, Debbie 44, 58, 59, 65 

Davis, Charles 51 

Davis, Janis 117 

Davis, Lydia 48 

Davis, Lynn 31 

Davis, Michelle 88 

Davis, Ruby 55 

Davis, Sam 78, 61 

Davisson, Jo 73, 61, 78, 80, 117 

Davisson. Pete 79 

DeBow, Kay 43, 89, 95. 130 

DeFrantz, James 44, 4u, 78, 86, 130 

Demmings, Wanda 35, 117 

Dickens, Kim 71 

Dillard.Carlene 48 

Dinkins, Shellye 55 

Dodd, Lywana 55 

Dollison, Curt 80 

Dorsey, Chester 73 

Douglas, Byron 61 

Douglas, Dryrl 61 

Dove, Susan 48, 130 

Draughan, Wanda 55 

Dresser, Bill 73, 77 

Driver, Leroy 83 

Dudley, Debra 95, 130 

Duke, Dan 49, 50, 51, 66 

Duncan, Latanya 55 



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Dunlap, Myra 55 

Durham, Jacque 52, 135 

Dycus, Kimberly 55 



E 

Easley, Bernice 55 

Edwards, Darlene 92, 136 

Edwards, Debra 117 

Edwards, Lajuana 35 

Edwards, Van-Jean 48 

Elam, Vonda 35 

Elder, Greg 86 

Elliot, Wally 61, 78 

Ellis, Ronnie 25, 45, 56 

Ervin, Vicky 39 

Eubanks, Oliver 51 

Evan, Rodney .52, 59 

Ewing, Beverly 15, 42, 109, 117, 142 

Ewing, Ray 86 



F 



Ferguson, Steve 31, 48 

Ferguson, Velinda 46, 49, 125 

Fewell, John 61, 11. 78 

Fields, Joyce 45 

Fields, Raymond 52 

Fine, Anne 45, 58 

Finnell, Jennifer 58, 95 

FITZGERALD, CHARLES 86 

Fleming, Donna 55 

Fletcher, Amanda 55 

Flowers, Gary 80 

Ford, Kyle 79 

Foreman, Cynthia 89 

Foster, Curtis 71 

Fraction, Georgette 49, 65 

Fraction, Michelle 151 

France, Selina 43, 45, 58, 59, 88, 125 

French, Liz 58, 59, 115, 126 

FRIGO, ERNEST 109 

Fugua, Kevin 45 



G 

Gaines, Mary Rita 58, 65 

Gaines, Patsey 55 

Gardner, Jeanne 38, 39, 11, 111 



Gardner, Laurie 45, 46 

Garrett, Judy 46, 59, 88, 93 

Garrett, Laurie 46, 92 

Caring, Bradley 44, 52 

Garrett, Tina 35, 48, 89, 95, 109, 117 

Gilbert, Leonard 80 

Gilbert, Lamont 87 

Gilbert, Tony 48 

Gillespie, Wanda 48 

Gilliland, Tracy 74 

Glynn, Michelle 23 

Goldman, Lewis 52 

GOLF 74 

Goodrich, Grant 49 

Goodson, D wight 78 

Goodson, Millicent 45, 117 

Gordon, Becky 45, 46, 130 

Gordon, Kellie 55 

Gordon, Susan 46 

Grady, Carol 34, 35, 44, 58, 109, 117 

Grady, Denise 46, 92, 135, 142 

Grant, Cassandra 88 

Grant, Ingrid 45, 88 

Grant, James 61, 78 

Green, Cynthia 94 

Greene, Marcellus 61, 86 

Greene, Mike 70, 71, 78 

Greenwade, Gerry 61, 78 

GREENWOOD, JACQUELINE 130 

Grey, Gerald 52 

'Griffin, Rayfery 46 

Griffin, Robbin 48 

Gruver, Chris 80 



H 



Hale, Valerie 55 

Hall, Carolyn 35, il7 

Hall, Theresa 55 

Hall, Wendali 61, 70, 71,78, 80, 130 

Hamalainen, Ulla 44, 51, 11. 126 

Ham it en, Gary 80 

Hamilton, Wayne 78 

Hampton, Jonas 52 

Hansbrough, Renee 35, 109 

Harold, Jeanine 130 

HARDING, THOMAS 73 

Harper, David 57 

Harper, Terry 55 

Harrelson, Moses 86 

Harris, Gwendolyn 28 

Harris, Robert 87 

Harvey, Dana 35 

Hatchel, Betsey 43, 49 

Hatchel, Scott 76 

HAUSEMAN, JAMES 70, 76 

Hawkins, Brian 49, 61, 11. 126 

Hayes, Alfred 52 

Hazelwood, Theresa 39, 125 

Heard, Richard 45, 11 

Helmer, Julie 117 

Helmer, Sarah 93 

Henderson, Sandra 35, 117 

Henson, Barbara 117 




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Henson, David 52, 83 

Henson, Debra 55. 125 

Hernley, Nancy 41, 43, 58, 59, 130 

Herod, Kathy 38, 45, 46, 131 

Herold, Jeanine 45, 49, 58, 65 

Hester, Debra 55 

Hickerson, Leah 41, 45, 58, 59, 130 

Hill, Al 70, 71 

Hillman, Glenda 55 

Hinant, Felicia 39 

Hinant, John 56 

Hines, Frand 46 

HIRSCH, PHILLIP 65 

Hobsons, Charles 52 

Hogan, Rita 92, 109 

Holder, Kathy 34, 109 

Hollingsworth, Bob 29 

Hollis, Lathan 34, 61, 109 

Holloway, Julia 109, 117 

Holmes, Lydia 44, 117 

Honiston, Sheryl 135 

Horwitz, Greg 40 

House, Julia 55 

HOUSTON, ROBERT 41, 42 

Howard, Jerry 52 

Howard, Ricky 52 

Howard, Robert 52, 65 

Howell, Linda 55 

Howell, Ricky 130 

Huddleston, Charles 15, 46, 109, 117 

Hughs, Margret 48 

HUMES, LARRY 73, 98 

Hunt, Ruth 48, 65 

Hurrle, Toni 117 

Hurt, Al 71 

Huxhold, David 40, 61, 78, 81, 125 



J 




Jackson, Amanda 35, 117 

Jackson, Celeste 131 

Jackson, John 52 

Jackson, Rodney 46 

Jarrett, Ernest 48, 49, 50, 65, 125 

Jewel, Darlene 88 

Johnson, Dennis 117 

Johnson, Frances 55 

Johnson, James 39 

Johnson, Kathy 93, 125 

Johnson, Michael 48 

Johnson, Russell 61 

Johnson, Stewart 61, 83 

Jones, Cheryl 55 

Jones, Crawford 61, 78, 80 

Jones, Jeffrey 39, 49, 50, 58, 125 

Jones, Malcomb 56 

Jones, Michelle 93 

Jones, Renee 55 

Jones, Rick 46, 56, 11 

Jones, Rochelle 94 

Jones, Robert 135 

Jones, Ron 73 

Jones, Sam 44 

Jones, Scott 75 

Jones, Talbot 52 

Jones, Tyler 46, 62, 65, 125 

Jordan, Reggie 78, 61 

Joyner, Vivian 49, 92 



K 

Kennedy, Kathleen 34 

Kennedy, Soloman 45, 56 

Keyes, Milton 78 

KINCADE, AZILEE 135 

Kincaide, Lynn 35, 48, 109, 117 

KIRBY, CONSTANCE 57 

Kirch, Kristy 49, 93 

Kramer, Elsa 40, 42, 49, 50, 125 



L 

Lacey, Dela 88 

Lacey, Wayne 83 

Lafollette, Joan 48, 65 

LaFoote, Hamilton 79 

Lasher, Keith 35, 46, 50, 58, 65, 125 

Lawson, Mary 44, 45, 117 

Lee, Beverly 48 

Lee, Patricia 48 

Leigh, Gregory 15 

Lewis, Tim 71 



Lewis, Veronica 49, 51, 125, 126 

Lipkons, Byron 46, 51, 61 

Locke, Valerie 55 

Lunsford, Larry 12 

Lyerson, Diana 49, 51, 65, 67, 125 



M 

Mackey, Timothy 117 

Maddox, Henry 61, 151 

Madison, Dolly 35 

Maefields, Laura 55 

Manuel, Loraine 55 

Martin, Brad 46, 51, 58, 109, 117, 151 

Martin, Diana .....35 

Mathis, Johnny 52 

Matthews, Phil 44 

Maxieson, Lisa 55 

May, Stanley 31 

McClure, Bill 79 

McClure, Linda 135 

McClure, Michelle 61, 130 

McFarland, Theresa 45, 125 

Mcintosh, Paula 88, 130 

McNeal, Robert 48 

MCNEIL, SUSAN 125 

MEDJESKI, JOHN 48 

Melton, Kevan...39, 42, 45, 46, 49, 51, 125 

Merritt, Dwight 61, 109 

Meyers, Cheryl 40 

Middleton, Anthony 52 

Milgate, Karen 46 

Miller, Kevin 78, 61 

Moore, David 52, 80 

Moore, Kenneth 22, 52, 58, 59, 130 

MORGAN, WILLIAM 21, 56 

Morris, David 30 

Morris, Michael 49, 50 

Mosley, George 46, 49, 50, 51, 62, 65 

Mosley, Pamela 46, 117 

Mosely, Patricia 17, 48, 117 

Moss, Peter 48, 58, 71. 80 

Murphy, Chris 52 

Murphy, Karen 124 

Murray, Wayne 80 

Murrell, Ed 35, 61, 65, 71, 76, 109 

Murrell, Jeannine 65, 92, 125 

Musgrove, Albert 52 

Myers, Gloria 58, 59, 65, 150 



N 

Napier, Gogi 49, 125 

Napier, Shelly 55 

Nelson, Deborah 88 

New, Larren 52 



Nicholas, Pat 46 

Nolcox, Blenda 46, 88 

Nolcox, Elvira 46, 88 

Norman, Percy 117 

6 

Dates, Cassandra 55 

Oliver, Kanya 61, 78 

Osgood, Kelley 40, 44, 58, 77, 95 

Overton, Carol 39 

Overton, Leon 56 



P 



Panken, Curvin 80 

Parker, Bertha 55 

Parker, Janna 55 

Parker, Sue 55 

Parker, Thomas 51, 125 

Parker, Valerie 35, 49, 58, 65, 109 

Peacock, John 78, 83 

Penicks, Jeffery 24, 91 

Pepper, Phillis 94 

Person, Velda 55 

Pettrie, Belinda 55 

Phelps, Patrice 55 

I Phillips, Tim 80 

Polin, Benton 46 

Polk, Kathy 35 

Porter, Greg 61, 71, 78, 82, 83, 109 

Powell, Frank 52 

Pryor, Michelle 48 

Puckett, Ladonna 130 



R 

Rainey, Clyde 108 

Rainey, Wayne 80 

Ramsey, Edward 14 

Randolph, Vivian 55 

Rankin, Jeannine 55 

Ranson, Donnisha 55 

Ratcliff, Craig 52, 61, 83, 70 

Rawls, Sheree 117 

Reed, Danny 61, 74, 75, 125 

Reeves, Daryl 61, 73, 78 

Reeves, Sherrie 135 

Rent, Linda 130 

REPASS, LOIS 45 

Reybold, Willy 44, 46, 75 

Rice, Carl 65, 67, 125 

Richardson, Clayton 22. 56, 57 



Richardson, Martha 55 

Richardson, Matt 56, 57 

RICHARDSON, ROSELYN 39 

REITER, LOUISE 16, 44, 117 

Ringle, Margie 48, 65 

Ringle, Martha 49, 50, 65 

Robinson, Edward 52 

Roddy, Sharla 94 

Rodeheffer, Nancy 49 

ROGERS, PHIL 51 

ROHN, CYNTHIA 58 

Roney, Marvin 86 

Rooks, Debbie 94 

Ross, Andy 46, 49, 78, 83 

Ross, Eddie 46, 61, 76, 83 

Rowan, Jan 117 

Rowe, Elsie 55 

Rowe, Mary 55 

Rowe, Sylvestor 15, 20, 51, 86, 127 

Rummer, Paul 61, 78 

Rush, Glen 61 

Rush, Tim 61, 78 

Russell, Dennis 46, 117 

Russell, Helen 55 

Ryker, Robert 42, 48, 58, 65 



S 

Sabens, David 75, 77 , 95 

Sales, Pamelia 55 

Sampler, Matilda 55 

Sanders, Jaki 44, 117 

Sanders, Lenita 43, 130 

Sanders, Pat 39 

Sanders, Rose 52 

SANFORD, MICHAEL 14 

Saperstein, Eric 65, 125 

Sargent, Randall 108 

Sargent, Sandy 45 

Sawyer, Karen 34 

Schneider, Debbie 49, 59, 58 

Schwarzin, Sandy 49, 45, 77 

Sharp, Greg 74 

Sheldon, Deborah 35, 117 

Shepherd, Jon 34 

Shockley, Everett 135 

Shoffner, Helen 55 

Seigel, Jerry 46, 51, 49, 70 

Simmons, Byron 86 

Simms, June 35 

Simms, Sharon 55 

Singleteary, Charles 86, 130 

Singleteary, Steve 87 

Slatter, Anita 48, 92 

Slatter, Barbara 49, 92, 109, 117 

Slaymaker, Scott 61, 76 

Smeehuyzen, Tim 78 

Smith, Celeste 58, 125 

Smith, Craig 21 




Smith, Frank 44 

Smith, Gail 49, 58, 59, 125 

Smith, John 78 

Smith, Julie 94 

Smith, Kevin 77 

Smith, Mitchell 61, 82, 83 

SMITH, RANDALL 35 

Smith, Reggie 80 

Snorton, Elizabeth 65 

Solomon, Rhonda 55 

Solterman, Scott 48, 65 

Spears, Lucia 49, 50, 58, 65, 125 

Spencer, Keith 52 

Spencer, Portia 41, 58, 65, 95 

Spinks, Laura 45 

Spinks, Karla 44, 45, 49, 50, 117 

Spurling, Debra 35, 94 

Starks, Michael 52 

Steagull, Lisa 45 

Steavens, Alberta 109 

Stiles, Leah 109 

Stocks, Jean 46 

Stockley, Winona 59, 125 

Stoval, Betty 55 

Strickland, Becky ...46, 40, 56, 57, 58, 142 

Strickland, Eric 46, 56, 65 

Strickling, Billy .....52 

Stropnicky, Thomas 44, 77 

Stuart, Tanya 46, 92, 135 

Sullivan, Danny 80 

SUTHERLAND, ALLEN 45 

Sutton, Frank 108 

Swanson, Cindy 34, 44 

Swift, Kalista 48 



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Talley, Lisa 46, 109 

Taylor, Arlene 35 

Taylor, Elizabeth 35 

Taylor, Glen 80 

Taylor, Jennifer 130 

Taylor, Otha 83 

Taylor, Rita 55 

Taylor, Sharon 55 

Teague, Carolyn 34 

Terry, Alice 48, 89 

THOMAS, CHARLES 78 

Thompson, Anthony. ...35, 70, 71, 78, 109 

Thompson, Doug 74 

Thompson, Robert 29, 51, 80, 125 

Thuma, David ...39, 45, 56, 58, 75, 17, 134 

Thuma, Nathan 42, 44, 56, 11 

Thuman, Dennis 78, 86 

Tobey, Steve 56, 11 

TOLIN, STEVE 75 

TRABUE, DON 30, 61, 78 

TRACK 71 

Trimpe, Dean 80 

Triplett, Diane 55, 135 

Trotter, Tanya 48, 49 

Tucker, Arthur 31, 45 

Turner, Bently 76 

Turner, Kathy 55 

Turner, Marian 44 

Turner, Michael 52 

Turner, Norman 46, 61, 76, 151 



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VARSITY BASEBALL 73 

VARSITY CROSS-COUNTRY 76 

VARSITY FOOTBALL 76 

VARSITY TENNIS 74 

VARSITY WRESTLING 83 

Vaughn, Anna 55, 135 

Vaughn, Dennis 48 

Vaughn, Terry 52 

Veilands, Deedee 35 



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Wagener, Kristine 65 

WAHL, LUCILLE 22 

Walker, Sharon 45, 55 

Walton, Mia-Lon 39 

Ward, Alice 46 

Ward, Deller 46 

Ward, Karla 23 

Ward, Mavin 135 



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Ward, Vernon 46 

Ware, Jackie 59, 88 

Washington, Anette 30 

Washington, Korto 34 

Waters, Terry 86, 89, 93, 130 

Watkins, Carolyn 48 

Watkins, Marilyn 17, 44, 45, 117 

Watkins, Mike 46, 56, 11, 126 

Watkins, Tom 46, 61, 78 

Watson, Carol 117 

Watson, Kathy ..34, 39, 40, 42, 50, 51, 115 

Watts, Elbert 41, 57. 117 

WAYCOTT, DEBORAH 17, 45 

Weaver, Carmon 109, 117, 151 

Weber, Cathy 11, 113 

Wells, Matthew 48 

Wells, Rodney 80 

Wells, Suzanne 34, 40, 42, 117 

Wethington, Denise 49 

WHIMPLEBERG, BRENDA 20 

White, David 13, 42, 39 

White, Debbie 61, 109, 117 

White, Glenda 48 

White, John 22, 51, 61, 62, 78, 80 

Whitted, Henry 46 

Whitted, Larry 51 

Wickers, Angela 34 

Wickers, Dawn 34 

Williams, Brenda 55 

Williams, Bryan 61, 73, 76. 109, 117 

Williams. David 52 



Williams, Dorian 86, 93 

Williams, Frank 73 

Williams, Lenetta 38, 39, 43, 48 

Williams, Lenore 43, 48 

Williams, Martha 55 

Williams, Mary 89 

Williams, Sandra 55 

Williams, Thomas 45, 58, 59, 65, 125 

Williams, Vicki 58 

Willis, Serena 55 

Wilson, Angela 14 

Wilson, Chris 48 

Wilson, Debra 55 

Wilson, Kim 94 

Wilson, Patricia 28 

Winfrey, Michelle 48 

WISDOM, HARRIET 88 

Wiseman, James 48, 52, 64 

Wood, Phillip 48 

WOODS, JAMES 52 

Woods, Stanley 46 

WRIGHT, ERVIN 83 



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Yates, Theresa 23, 46, 58, 88, 125 

Yowell, Dana 34, 65 






'Boy, has it been some year!? There 
were many problems but with a lot of 
determination we made it through the 
year. Finishing the book would never 
have become a reality without the 
combined efforts of a lot of people. 
Lots of thanks to everyone who helped: 
Mr. Johnson, Mr. Riley, Mr. Cohen, the 
ECHO staff, Mr. Frigo. Mr. Downey 
and Charles Poole for their great 
pictures. Miss Jan Eberle and the 
Indiana University Journalism Institute 
for teaching me the basics of yearbook 
publication and Mr. Larry Glaze our 
publishing advisor. A special thanks to 
Mrs. Carol Smith for doing so many 
kind things for me and always giving 
me a break in class. But the biggest 
thanks of all goes to a great staff and to 
Mr. Houston who did more than his 
share of work. I really appreciated all 
the help everyone gave during the 
year. THANKS!! 



Suzanne Wells 
Annual Editor 



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